>>7332912>can you answer some more questions?
Sure. This is actually a pretty interesting topic to me since it isn't exactly taught in class.
I'll try my best, but please keep in mind I'm student. I have far less experience than actual, practicing doctors. So in case of emergencies be sure to seek professional care alright?>Do the testes receive blood flow only through the vas deferens cord, or do they get blood from other places?
The testicles receive blood from their respective testicular arteries, which are branches of the aorta. They pass through the inguinal canal and enter the scrotum, where the testicles are located. As a bonus, they also receive blood from two other vessels: cremasteric artery and deferential artery.
Equally important are the veins that drain blood from the testicles. The counterparts to the testicular artery are the testicular veins. Together with some other vessels, they unite with each other to form a network of veins called the pampiniform plexus, which corresponds to most of the mass inside the cord.>If your nuts feel like they're cold, but have no pain, others say they feel normal, and the feeling lasts for a few days with no device, what the fuck happened?
The testicles are definitely colder than the body. It is hypothesized that they work more efficiently in lower temperatures. This is often cited as a reason why they are external organs. There is a muscle, the cremaster, that surrounds the testicles; it works by raising the testicles closer to the body when they're too cold, and relaxing and letting them hang loose when they're too hot.
Without pain or any other strange sensation, what you described doesn't trip any warning sirens in my mind.>What is the normal temperature of the testes?
I found a study:https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8369823
The mean scrotal temperature among the studied men was 34.4 ± 0.2 °C, which is 2.5 °C less than the body temperature.