How Much Does a Orchiectomy Cost?

An orchiectomy, also called an orchidectomy, is the removal of one or both testicles.  One reason for undergoing such a procedure is to relieve the symptoms, avoid complications, and prolong the life of someone who has an advanced case of prostate cancer.  It should be emphasized here that this procedure does not cure prostate cancer; it only extends the life of the patient.

Men may also resort to an orchiectomy due to testicular cancer, a traumatic injury to the testicle or as a personal option for those who are going through gender reassignment therapy.

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Average Reported Cost: $12500

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  1. Selene (Pittsburgh,  Pennsylvania) paid $12500 and said:

    Got an EOB for $11k in the mail. Combined with the costs of the tests beforehand the total price came out to around $12,500.

    Was it worth it? Yes

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