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A 29-year-old female asked about a 37-year-old male:

Peas size and 1/2 pea size lumps in testicles @ end of scrotum. ultrasound 5 months ago showed nothing. still there, should i worry abt the cysts? ttc

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Dr. Victor Bonuel
Internal Medicine 40 years experience
U may have cysts: (which are benign)underneath the skin of ur scrotum and not internally, in your testicles. The normal scrotal ultrasound is reassuring. Follow up with ur urologist for any concern. Take care!
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