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Does sciatic pain radiate to scrotums?

Does sciatic pain radiate to scrotums?

Yes: Absolutely. More likely lumbar facet syndrome. Problem with joints that join the vertebrae. ...Read more

Scrotum (Definition)

Sac below penis that holds testicles ...Read more


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Why the underside of my scrotum hurts?

Need exam: Could be a lot of things and you should get examined. Chronic prostatitis could be one reason. ...Read more

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How come my scrotum itch occasionally?

How come my scrotum itch occasionally?

Itching: Skin itches for many reasons including bacterial contamination, moisture, fungal infections, tight clothing, sweat, contact dermatitis, etc. Most genital areas itch when they get moist or hot. It is normal to have itchy skin in this area. ...Read more

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I have pain in my scrotum after a bowl movment?

I have pain in my scrotum after a bowl movment?

Scrotal pain: Scrotal pains can be from many types of issues. This could be a testicular issue, a hernia or referred pain from nerve irritation somewhere in the abdomen. I would recommend seeing your primary care doctor who can do a physical exam and begin a work-up and treatment plan. ...Read more

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Small ball in left scrotum?

Small ball in left scrotum?

Need more info: Need more info. Do you feel one small testis on the left? Do you feel a normal testis and an additional small "ball"? If two "balls" on left side are they connected or do they feel separate? This could be just a small testis, spermatocele, epididymal cyst, varicocele, or an abnormal growth. Either way see your urologist and have an examination and likely a scrotal ultrasound to sort this out. ...Read more

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What doctors remove the scrotum?

What doctors remove the scrotum?

Urologist is choice.: Would you please let me know why you have this question? Do you really mean to remove the scrotum (sac) or the testes inside the sac? If really indicated for their removal, urological surgeon is the choice to perform. If facing dilemma on what to do with health-related issues, peruse articles listed in http://www. Formefirst. Com/onDealSickness. Html. More? Welcome to contact me for clarification. ...Read more

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Huge boil on right scrotum. Hurts?

Huge boil on right scrotum. Hurts?

See a urologist: You need to be on antibiotics and have the boil drained. That will take care of the problem & the pain. Good luck. ...Read more

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Pressure on my scrotum from sitting?

Pressure on my scrotum from sitting?

Here are some. ..: Wear scrotal support (jack short) and loose pants, and beware how to sit; all together, the unwanted pressure will be ease. Meanshile, bring the onset, degree, duration, evolution, & progress of the symptoms and their potentially related discomforts over time to Doc for analysis + physicals + tests as needed to define what the underlying cause may be and how to handle such in the future. ...Read more

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Why is my scrotum enlarged red and hot?

Why is my scrotum enlarged red and hot?

ProbableEpididymitis: Scrotum overlying the testis and epididymis can be very tender, red and hot with epididymitis. Testis torsion must be ruled out if the pain had sudden onset. Go and see your dr> asap, go to the er if pain was of sudden onset. This is not something to wait and see if it will go away on its own. ...Read more

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Should I apply cortisone on my scrotum?

Should I apply cortisone on my scrotum?

Can't say: If you have a condition that requires cortisone treatment to the scrotum, then you should follow your doctor's prescription. I do not recommend applying cortisone anywhere without a medical reason. ...Read more

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What can cause testicular/scrotal pain?

What can cause testicular/scrotal pain?

Many things.: Acute scrotal pain can be caused by testicular torsion, infections such as epididymitis, orchitis or mumps, appendix testis torsion, cancer, hernia, hydrocele, spermatocele, varicocele & traumatic injury. If you have sudden pain, please see a physician since torsion or infection must be treated immediately. A physician will be able to assess the need for scrotal ultrasound & direct treatment. ...Read more

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Get itching on my scrotum so what to do?

Get itching on my scrotum so what to do?

Any rash?: Avoid taking showers with hot Water as it may make itching worse. Also, try to were lose undergarments. ...Read more

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Do a lot of people get scrotal swelling?

Do a lot of people get scrotal swelling?

Lots of boys + men: Hydroceles are most common cause for scrotal sweeling in boys. Collection of fluid. Resolves spontaeously by age one year in most infants unless huge. Beyond on year + if fluctuate in size or in adults need surgery to clear. Varicoceles + epididymal cysts are very common in post pubertal males. Testis torsion and epididimitis common + present as painful swellings which need treatment. Tumors rare. ...Read more

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Can Scrotal Cellulitis make you Sterile?

Can Scrotal Cellulitis make you Sterile?

Almost certainly not: Cellulitis is a skin infection and generally doesn't penetrate below skin level. Therefore, it is unlikely your scrotal contents (testicles, blood vessels, sperm tubes) will be harmful, except maybe in unusually severe infections. Check with your doctor, but probably there is no reason to worry about your fertility. ...Read more

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What is the value of a pendulous scrotum?

What is the value of a pendulous scrotum?

I'm not sure: There is any inherent value to the scrotum being more or less pendulous, it is likely that there is simply a range of normal. However, the scrotum contracts and relaxes in response to temperature in an attempt to maintain optimal conditions for sperm development. ...Read more

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What causes a dry, itchy, flaky, scrotum?

What causes a dry, itchy, flaky, scrotum?

Here are some...: Some lesions like psoriasis, eczema (including atopic dermatitis), etc. May cause recurrent intractable itch, but the underlying causes for these lesions remain unknown, although skin fungal infection could lead to similar itch but responding well to antifungal with steroid cream. Nonetheless, it is hard to offer right Dx for right care without a direct look at them. ...Read more

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What can cause calcinosis of the scrotum?

Unknown Cause: When calcification of the scrotal wall occurs, there is still uncertainty as to the cause. Some believe it is from the breakdown of the muscle in the skin; others believe it is incited by trauma.
Regardless, the treatment is the same: surgical excision if desired by the patient. They can recur, but if all nodules are excised this is reduced. It is not associated with cancer or uncleanliness. ...Read more

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Is it normal to have black skin on scrotum?

Is it normal to have black skin on scrotum?

Yes. ..: Darker color on scrotal skin is normal because genital area is sex hormonal sensitive so its color undergoes its natural change from childhood to puberty/adolescence to adulthood just like similar change in female genital region and areola of breasts throughout life and during pregnancy. So, what you noticed is normal. If still in doubt, ask Doc timely. ...Read more

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I have intertrigo on my scrotum. What to do?

I have intertrigo on my scrotum. What to do?

Here are some. ..: Intertrigo denotes some inflammatory chafing skin change at deep sklin folds or juxtaposed skin surface, resulting from sweating moisture, warmth, & local bacterial & fungal overgrowth. So, modifying and eliminating the unfavorable conditions by weight loss, heightened topical hygiene with more dryness and aeration, judicious use of antifungal cream with steroid. More? Ask Doc timely. ...Read more

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How can you treat dermatitis on the scrotum?

How can you treat dermatitis on the scrotum?

Med: This is treated with steroids or a calcineurin inhibitors. Your dermatologist can prescribe this medication. Your dermatologist can give you the correct diagnosis and therapy also. ...Read more

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Calcinosis of the scrotum, will they come out?

Calcinosis of the scrotum, will they come out?

Scrotal calcinosis: Benign condition involving deposition of calcium into nodules in scrotal skin. Usually continue to enlarge. Only known treatment is surgical excision of affected scrotal skin. Quite rare ; most drs have never seen a case. Suggest you do some research to find an appropriately experienced urologist to take care of problem. Reference: new england journal of medicine vol 365 (7) page 647, 2011. ...Read more

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My husbnd is having small vesicles in scrotum?

No worry: Most likely they could be a sebaceous cyst which is normal do not squeeze them or mess with them if they are getting bigger or causing any problems check with your doctor that could examined your husband and give you an assurance or treatment good luck ...Read more

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What can I do to stop left scrotum discomfort?

Details: Your question is not very specific. Where is the pain, what makes it worse/better, how long has it been going on, does the pain radiate anywhere, does it come and go, any other symptoms that go with it, any think look abnormal? ...Read more

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Can I die from scrotal swelling if I ignore it?

Can I die from scrotal swelling if I ignore it?

If untreated cancer: Most scrotal swellings are benign. You will not die from testis torsion or epidymitis, but treatment will make you feel better. Non-tender swellings are also benign unless the testicle is enlarged and hard, or has a hard lump or nodule on it. This could be cancer. Most testis cancers are cureable as with lance armstrong, but not if ignored and allowed to spread all over your body. See a doctor. ...Read more

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My scrotum has gone red and it's painful as well?

See a doctor: You may have an infection of the scrotum or its contents. Swelling of the scrotum can occur with twisting of a testicle (cutting off the blood flow to the testicle) called torsion. Torsion must be assessed quickly to prevent loss of the testicle. Please see a physician as soon as possible. ...Read more

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How can I fix the fluid building up in my scrotum?

Probable hydrocele: Sounds like a hydrocele which is a "bag" of fluid around the testicle. This is best corrected by hydrocelectomy. This is a simple outpatient scrotal operation. Unless it is a hernia, in which case you need a groin operation for hernia repair. Have the swelling checked out, might need an ultrasound to rule out testis tumor. ...Read more

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Can a hematocele produce darkening of scrotal skin?

Darker scrotal skin: Yes, but this will be temporary. As the hematocele clears, any overlying skin discoloration should go away also. ...Read more