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My urologist told me small epididymal cyst (measuring 4 mm by 5 mm) cannot be the cause of my chronic scrotal pain because cyst is small. Is he right?
Yes: A cyst that small is very unlikely to be the cause of pain. ...Read more
Had a ultra sound and was told i have bilateral epididymal cysts on my testicles. I have dull pain on the right side. Could this be cancerous? Please help me!
I am 37 year old married father of 2 kids having severe pain and swelling in my left epididymis also hv epididymal cyst what is this and how to treat?
Possible surgery: Sadly, chronic epididymitis present for that long, is not likely to go away. Many men respond for varying periods of time to antibiotic treatment. Some will get temporary improvement to a spermatic cord block. The last resort would be surgical epididymectomy. Although this may diminish fertility, it shouldn't affect other testicular function. (testosterone). ...Read more
Not Usually: Epididymal pain is usually associated with infections, sometimes minor traumas, or other cord issues (varicoceles). I would suggest having yor doctor evaluate it. ...Read more
Is it possible for an epididymal cyst to become smaller? I think i may have one but feels like it got smaller
Possible...: Some fluctuation in the tension and size of an epididymal cyst does occasionally take place, although the size of such cysts tends to grow with a widely variable pace over time. Nonetheless, this is a nice observation, but probably not really relevant to clinical management. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Leave them alone if: The finding of epididymal cysts is usually an incidental find on evaluating scrotal pain or ache with US. Most of them are located at globus major (head of epididymis), clinically asymptomatic, and require no active attention. So, leave them alone if being mentally & physically comfortable. For individual concern, of course, ask, talk, and work with Doc timely. Best wish... ...Read more
Here are...: It is a common round space of variable diameters from few mm to many cm incidentally found in scrotal US for evaluating some pain / ache in the sac; it is usually located at globus major of epididymis. Such cyst may present as single or multiple like a cluster. More detail? Ask Urologist for detail. ...Read more
What can cause a pain in the epididymis but no pain to touch? Like it aches but when i touch it it doesn't hurt to touch and other times it does?
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