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what is treatment for nodules in scrotam?

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Dr. Stuart Hickerson
Family Medicine 32 years experience
Scrotum: Could you be more specific/? Do you mean scrotum. If so yes.

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What does a bulging lump in my babys scrotum mean?

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Dr. Lisa Roberts
Pediatrics 23 years experience
Could be a hernia: The lump may be due to a hernia. A hernia is due to a weaning in the muscles in the lower part of the abdomen, that cause the intestines to drop into the scrotum. In some cases, if it is present at birth, the bulge may be due to a "hydrocele", which is just a fluid collection in the scrotum that often resolves with time. It is best for your pediatrician to examine your baby to determine the cause.
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What is a hypoechoic nodule in the breast area?

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Dr. James Zasuly
Plastic Surgery 28 years experience
Radiology term: That is a radiology term for a lesion that blocks ultrasound waves and makes a shadow on the ultrasound image. Sometimes correlates with denser tissue such as in malignancy in breasts. Your doctor can review the report with you.
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A 44-year-old member asked:

Could getting kicked in the scrotum cause problems with the prostate?

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Dr. Chris Kyle
Urology 18 years experience
No: Of course, anything is possible -- but that's pretty rare. I've never seen nor heard of anything like that -- it would have to be quite the kick!
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A 34-year-old member asked:

Is it concerning for one side of my scrotum to have much larger veins than the other?

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Dr. Marvalyn DeCambre
Urology 24 years experience
Left varicocele: Veins in the scrotum are usually varicocele. Varicocele is more common on the left side. This has to do with the way the vein course back to heart from the testicle. On the left side it takes a hard 90 degree turn to get to the heart. The right side has a more direct route to the heart. The turn on the left can be an obstacle of sorts and make the veins maintain blood closer the testicle.
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A 45-year-old member asked:

What could be the cause of redness between my scrotum and anus?

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Dr. Patricio Gargollo
Pediatric Urology 21 years experience
Fungus: This is almost always a fungal infection. Try an over the counter anti-fungal cream. If that does not work go see a doctor so you can be examined. Patricio c. Gargollo assistant professor, pediatric urology director, pediatric urology robotic and minimally invasive surgery childrens medical center dallas 214-456-0646 www.Childrens.Com.

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