Thursday July 17th, 2008 @ 2:49 PM
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I have a subincision which extends to the loose skin at the front of my scrotum. I would like to extend the sub beyond the back of my scrotum which means I need a scrotal split. One way of going about this would be to do a transscrotal, then a scrotal split, then extend the sub, all in separate steps, each with a period of healing. I would like to know if it is possible to skip the transcrotal and go straight to the scrotal split. I also wonder if it is possible to do the scrotal split and sub extension at the same time, perhaps stitching the scrotal split to the split urethra instead of back to front as in a conventional scrotal split.
Doing a transcrotal for the sake of later doing a scrotal split is counterproductive. You will go through the procedure and healing of a transcrotal only to make scar tissue that will make the split more difficult. Extending the sub into the scrotum is a diifficult and potentially dangerous task. It’s worth ding it in stages to make the healing a little easier. Also, the potential for seriously dangerous and possibly fatal infections in the procedure is considerably higher than with the work you allready have done. Please take every possible precaution.
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