A 16-year-old male asked:
I can feel the head of epididymis on one side of the testicles but on the opposite side i can feel some skin attached to the testicle, it is not a lump or a bump ,does not hurt i can feel it one both the testicles, isn't it a part of the epididymis?
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Urology 35 years experience
The epididymis sits behind the testicle and is attached to it. The skin of the scrotum is not attached to either. It is hard to say what you are feeling. if you have no other signs and symptoms dont worry. If you are worried see a Urologist for without exam it is hard to tell you what you are feeling
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Answered Aug 16, 2021
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