A 60-year-old male asked about a 60-year-old male:
My testicles are larger than normal and fill my palm. no pain but at a point on the upper right lobe there is a hard lump. pl advice?
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Pathology 45 years experience
No rush, but ask: I'm assuming you don't have bilateral hydroceles. Testicular size is quite variable in size, and even vary from man to man over the course of years even if not taking medications. If they've always been quite large, you may have a weak dose of fragile x. A truly hard round lump in the epididymus is usually a benign adenomatous tumor. Your physician can sort this out next visit.
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Last updated Dec 9, 2013
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