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I Have A Bump On My Right Testicle
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
I have a bump on my lower right testicle it is the same color as my skin but hurts really bad when I touch it
What could it be
What do you recommend if I have 3 small red rash bumps on my right testicle. I'm afraid it's a std.?
See a urologist: 3 bumps on the scrotum is likely not a std. But to be sure, you would need to see a primary doctor or a urologist for an exam. ...Read more
Likely benign: Could be a scrotal "pearl" from a calcified appendix testis, or a tiny cyst. Probably best to see urologist for reassurance & certainly if it gets any larger & there is any question of a testis tumor. All testis tumors have to start out being very small. Diagnosis easy to confirm by ultrasound. Good luck. ...Read more
Rule out tumor: Hard painless lump on testis could be a tumor, tiny lump could be a scrotal pearly which would be end result of a twisted calcified appendix testis (benign). Soft bump could be prominent head of epididymis or epididymal cyst/spermatocele or small hydrocele. When in doubt check itout with a urologist. Scrotal ultrasound usually provides answer. Sooner the better if a tumor, almost 100% curable. ...Read more
Consult a urologist: Most 'bumps' on the testice are benign & such things as a small harmless cyst of the epididymis (just above the testicle or a calcified appendix testis. However, could be a small/early testis tumor, if lump is hard & painless. In which case is best to consult a urologist who may advise in favor of a scrotal/testicular ultrasound. ...Read more
See a doctor: Rashes are very different and require a in person evaluation to accurately diagnose and treat. ...Read more
See doctor now: He needs to see a doctor now to evaluate for a testicle tumor. ...Read more
I have a small bump on my testicle, doesn't hurt or anything, looks more like boil, what could be?
Here are some...: The mention of "... looks more like boil ..." suggests the small lump is beneath the skin of the sac (scrotum), which most likely represents a sebaceous cyst — a cyst of overactive sebaceous gland of a hair follicle, and is harmless as long as being not infected like acne. Nonetheless, a direct look at it is essential to verify what it is. So, seek evaluation and counseling timely. ...Read more
Large bump on my testicle, popped it and a clear substance came out then blood, it keeps getting back up to size every 5 min?
Here are some...: Most likely the described bump is a sebaceous gland-related cyst and has been manually fiddled resulting in its internal oozing and exuding. So, stop squeezing it and have a doc take a look for confirmation so to deduce right Dx for right Rx, care, and counseling now and in the future. ...Read more
I have a very small bump on the top of my left testicle that has been coming and going for about a month now. Any ideas what it could be?
Varicocele : Anything that comes and goes may be a blood vessel or intermittent twisting of an appendix of your testicle. A US may help with the diagnosis. All the best. ...Read more
I have discomfort coming from my left testicle. I checked it and I couldn't tell if it was swelled but no bumps. I wear boxer briefs every day.
See answer: Periodic discomfort in one's testicle(s) is not an uncommon occurrence and in the absence of any noticeable swelling or palpable masses or "lumps" is likely to be self-limiting and short-lived. Often related to mild irritation or congestion and observation and an otc NSAID (ibuprofen) may be all that is needed. Persistence or worsening of discomfort, swelling, lumps, etc warrant a visit to the md. ...Read more
I have a "bump" or "mass" on my left testicle does not exist on right testicle is this normal? No pain, but I feel it has grown over the past year
See your doc: A mass on a testicle is not "normal" to use your wording. Please have a doc do an exam. It's quick and easy and you will find out what is going on and what to do if necessary. Good for you to do testicular exams but the second step is a follow through with the doc. ...Read more
There is a bump/cyst it the cord connecting to my right testicle. It is separate from the testicle. Has not changed in size, present for several years?
Could be a cyst:
It could be a cyst or an appendage
Being there for years and not changing in size or causing trouble it highly likely to be benign in origin and not to worry about it. ...Read more
I went to see my dr for a testicle problem. I thought I felt a bump on it and he looked at it and said they were not swollen and I was ok. I'm worried?
Second opinion: If you are that concerned, see a urologist for a second opinion. ...Read more
NORMAL DUE TO MANY C:
These are mostly normal like vfordyces spots genetically present in some. Or these may be caused by clogged har follicles or called in medical term folliculitis. In young people and teenagers these can be caused by acne as well
no treatment is usually needed most og the time unless there is infection. ...Read more
Need more info...: The specifics & relevance of the bump are unclear enough to deduce right diagnosis. But based on what most of the laypersons perceived, what you referred to may mean a sebaceous cyst on right side of the sac, which is common but bears low clinical significance as long as being free of symptoms or its rarely related infection. So, you may leave it alone. More? Seek evaluation & counseling. ...Read more
Get checked: Good to get that checked by a doctor to make sure it is not testicular cancer. ...Read more
I saw a bump on my testicle, kind of like a spot. When I examined it went down and turned dark red. Am I in trouble?
Must be examined: Cannot be diagnosed online without any photo documentation. See your primary care phuysician for a definitiver answer. ...Read more
My left testicle has little bumps on it, and its more sensitive than the right side, and I have a lot more loose skin what does it mean?
Needs to be checked:
We can not say what is causing these bumps without looking at it
so I suggest you get it checked by your family doctor to find out what is causing your symptoms
ask your parents to take you to your pediatrician to get it checked. ...Read more
Why do testicles pain? While sitting I experience a slight pain. On either side. Sometimes on 1 and. Sometimes other. No bump nothing slight discmfort
Are you sure?: Ache ; pain in the sac are often referred as testicular pain (orchialgia), but in reality, it is not but a referring ache / pain from back or kidneys. To define the origin of pain, collect the onset, intensity, duration, interval, related activities, and progress over time with their detailed sequence of events, and bring those to doc for analysis, more hx, physicals, and needed tests so to deduce. ...Read more
I did a testicle exam, and I fell a slight, linear bump, on my left testicle. The line seemed to wrap around the whole testicle. Could i have cancer?
Have it checked: The best way to find out is to be checked out by your doctor. ...Read more