A 31-year-old male asked:
Lump at bottom of left testicle, now have uncomfortable feeling in scrotum with some aching in groin. went to see a urologist about 10 days ago but ur?
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Family Medicine 59 years experience
Don'tHaveEnoughInfor: You have consulted a urologist and we don't know what he told you.As a matter of facts testicular lumps are quite common.These may be caused by an injury,Most lumps are caused by benign or non cancerous conditions,and may or may not require any treatment.It may be due to infection,epididymal cyst,avaricocele,localised hydrocele.hernia &cancer.After exam you may need ultrasound&blood/urine test
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