Painful ejaculation after inguinal hernia repair

Butler, J. D.; Hershman, M. J.; Leach, A.
August 1998
Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine;Aug1998, Vol. 91 Issue 8, p432
Academic Journal
Case Study
The article presents two cases of painful ejaculation after inguinal hernia repair. In the first case, the patient aged 63 reported discomfort in his right groin three months after he underwent Halsted inguinal hernia repair. The sensation to light touch in the area of the ilioinguinal nerve had considerably decreased.


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