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Enlarged Testicle No Pain
My husband has a right enlarged testicle without pain what does this indicate and can it removed and maintain his sexual functions he is 52 years old?
Yes: The normal testicle should be able to maintain a guy's sexual functions, but all men's sexual functions gradually decline with increasing age, regardless of whether there is one or two testicles. More importantly, the enlarged testicle needs to be evaluated to see if there is a tumor inside it, or some other serious problem. ...Read more
The testicles are the two oval male gonads, or reproductive glands, located in the scrotum. The seminiferous tubules of the testis are the site of spermatogenesis and its leydig cells secrete testosterone. The term testicles is synonymous with testes or gonads. The singular form is ...Read more
Been having slight dull pains in my testicle region, around there and around groin. I have one enlarged testicle, no tenderness, no pain to touch ?
Testis: You should be examined by a qualified urologist. Enlargement of the testis in your age group should be evaluated. ...Read more
In the past week and half my left testicle has enlarged and is hard to the touch it presents with no pain , just minor discomfort 42 male
This : This could be many things, but you need to make sure it is not something serious. Many cases of testicular cancer can present in this fashion. A scrotal ultrasound, which uis a painless type of imaging that does not involve radiation, should be done as soon as possible. I strongly recommend seeing your primary care physician or an urologist as soon as possible to have this enlargement evaluated further. ...Read more
See doctor: Any enlarged tetsticle with or without pain should be seen by a doctor right away please have this checked out and dont take no for an answer. ...Read more
Friend drunkenly punched me in the crotch area a week ago. I don't have any pain, but I feel like one of my testicles is slightly enlarged. Visit Dr?
Enlarged testicle: Yes you need to visit your MD, he may need to order a ultrasound of the teste to check blood flow and to R/O a varicocele ...Read more
I am 30 years old, because of pain in lower abdomen and testicle.I viisited the doctor.She did tests.She said that my prostate is enlarge. Helpd?
I had left laparoscopic hernia repair in july. Since three weeks, I have been experiencing pain in my right testicle. The ultrasound showed enlarged veins in my perineum but the CT scan is normal. What could be the problem?
Swollen left testicle difficulties urinating back pain sperm cord enlarged veins more noticeable in penis and scrotum?
Possible tumor: A hard enlarged testicle is cancer until proven otherwise. Soft enlargement of the scrotum can be due to a hydrocele (fluid around the testis) also both can coexist. Have your dr. Order a scrotal ultrasound to find out. Testis tumors have a very high cure rate, but, the sooner they are diagnosed and treated the better. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have had an enlarged left testicle for 18 years. It has increased over the year but been the same size for years now. Are there negative side affect?
Here are some ...: What you described most likely represents the evolving change of left hydrocele, which is the unharm fluid collection inside the normal space of tunica vaginalis resulting from imbalance between the secretion and absorption of tunica vaginalis. If mentally and physically asymptomatic, leave it alone; on the contrary, surgical correction, called hydrocelectomy will help rid it. So, see & ask Doc... ...Read more
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