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Testicular Norms: No. Not usually. If you have no pain or other symptoms then it may be okay to watch and wait. If things are changing or if you have any other symptoms then it is wise to get to your physician. ...Read more
Podiatrist: I don't think I understand this description. However, it this is problematic, chronic or recurrent, would recommend evaluation by a podiatrist. ...Read more
If you have a: Massively swollen testicle please seek medical evaluation. ...Read more
It means...: It means that you should see your PCP for an examination. Call now. ...Read more
Works the core-a bit: You can work your core muscles and improve your posture while sitting and working. However, new research shows that it is important to not sit for great lengths of time. In fact. It is recommended to stand up every 20 min even if it is for 1-2 minutes. Even better is having a work station that can raise and lower so that you can do a lot of computer work while standing. ...Read more
Likely normal: In general, the testicles are similar in size from right to left, and one will usually hang lower than the other. If the difference in size is new or the shape of one testicle changes, it should be examined by an md. If the one side has 'always' been larger, likely nothing to worry about. ...Read more
It's a great workout: So much can be done with so little. You can essentially work out every muscle group with the right combination of weights. Start with a pair of 2.5lb, 5 lb, 10 lb, 15 lb and 20 lb dumbbells, no more is needed, start simple. Start with exercise that work more than one muscle group at a time. Remember. Core strength is the foundation all exercises build upon. ...Read more
Depends: Whatever is more comfortable for you.Get a more detailed answer ›
Epididymal cyst or: A lipoma (fatty tumor) Time to close your computer and call for an examination. You will need an ultrasound of the testicles for a definitive answer. ...Read more
My right side ball hurts when I touch it. Howevrer the hurt is not that much but I feel it hurts.
See doctor: It may be an infection so see a doctor as soon as possible. If it becomes severe then go to emergency right away. ...Read more
I masturbatedyesterday night, and I m having pain inleft ball since last night. What should I do?
Tough question: If the pain continues and does not improve, you may need to be examined. You could have something like a torsion that could threaten the health of that testicle. If you note swelling or redness, then you would definitely need to see someone. If the pain continues to improve, you may have just had some mild trauma that is healing. Best of luck and I hope everything starts feeling better soon! ...Read more
My boyfriend said he feels like he got kicked in the ball's but he didn't get kicked two days now?
My boyfriend feels this small maybe quarter size ball inside me. He says it has a rough side to it. He's worried. Should he be?
Are you referring to a
"ball" inside the vagina? If so, an examination will be needed to determine if anything unusual is present. Might you have forgotten to remove a tampon? ...Read more
I have a problrm in my right side ball my right side ball big compare to left side ball and feel some pain...please me some advice what can I do?
Usually nothing: This condition is usually benign but requires an examination and an ultrasound ...Read more
My husband had a third ball appear about 3 years ago. Could u please tell me what this could be? Its larger then his normal balls. What's going on?
Better see doctor: Sounds very odd indeed. Better see doctor for exam. ...Read more
I had an accident 1.5 years ago...i fall on my back. Just above my butt where it starts....a hard small ball appeared. Back at that time fluid came out?
Swelling in back: You should see a spine doctor and get it checked for hematoma or spinal fluid leak. ...Read more
Hope not, but maybe: Melanoma is a serious form of skin cancer killing many every year, however if caught early it is entirely curable. Sunburn increases & sunscreens (probably) reduce risk. Melanoma can occur anywhere on your skin, even on your foot; it does not need to arise from an existing mole. Given high cure rates if found early, your doctor should look at any suspicious lesion (and if doubt -> dermatologist!). ...Read more
Depends: The type of treatment rendered for athelete's foot (foot fungus) depends on the severity and the type of foot fungus it is. There are several types ranging from topical to oral medication. One important thing to remember is no matter what medication is used, it is important to address the environment that the foot is in and avoid re-infection. Don't forget to disinfect socks as well as shoes! ...Read more