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Can an inguinal hernia cause hydrocele to form, my scrotum looks very full and testicles feel like water balloons. I have a left hernia btw?
I had a scrotal us a week ago and they said it was neg...however i still feel like there is a gurgle and or discomfort of fullness to LLQ?
OK: Have your Dr. be aware of your LLQ discomfort, which sound like it may be more intestinal anyway, than anything to do with your scrotum, especially since you had an US of that area. have the exam concentrate more on the LLQ Abdominal area. Possible Constipation, Diverticulosis, IBS, etc, etc,-Need exam to start the diagnostic process. Good luck. ...Read more
Pain in right testicular. Testicular being pulled up tight. Full feeling in stomach. Nause. Coughing. Scrotum feeling heavy?
I am experiencing erectile dysfunction, testicular pain (quality: pressure or fullness, sharp pain) and genital lump (penis or scrotum) (quality: loc?
Dr to examine testis: Testicle pain means a trip to the doctor right away because the testicle's blood supply can be twisted off (called torsion). When that happens, the testicle can die. Other causes of testicle pain include trauma, infection, twisting off an appendix of a testicle (a small lump next to a testicle), etc... Since a guy usually cannot tell if his testicle is twisting, an exam by the doctor is needed. ...Read more
See a dermatologist: Your scrotum could be itching for many reasons. You may have a yeast infection or a chronic dermatitis called lichen simplex chronicus...Due to excessive scratching or an irritant or contact dermatitis. You should see your dermatologist for further evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Another nerve pain: Sciatica specifically refers to nerve pain that radiates down the sciatic nerve (i.e., down the back or side of the leg). But, many times the term is used more generally to refer to any radiating pain from the back. Compression of the upper lumbar (l1, l2) nerve roots can cause pain that radiates to the scrotum, however, with any pain of this type you should definitely be examined by a physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Transmitted pressure: Pressure transmitted through the spermatic cord while coughing can often be perceived as a dull ache or spasmodic pain in the scrotum. An inguinal hernia can allow such pressures to travel from the abdominal cavity with cough or strain. A varicocele, or dilation of the blood vessels that drain the testes, can also cause similar discomfort. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Scrotal pain: Scrotal pain should almost always be evaluated by a doctor. The most serious cause is twisting of the blood vessel in the scrotum with extreme pain. Another common cause is infection of the epididymis (part of the testicle) with a bacterium, particularly among younger males who are sexually active or older men. Other causes include hernias, kidney stones, nerve pain, or skin inflammation. ...Read more