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Swelling In Cord Between Anus And Scrotum
For the past month I have been experiencing a dull pain with Itchiness and Swelling in the area between my Scrotum and Anus. I am also bleeding.
Swelling is the enlargement of organs, skin, or other body parts. It is caused by a buildup of fluid in the tissues. The extra fluid can lead to a rapid increase in weight over a short period of time (days to weeks). Swelling can occur all over the body (generalized) or only in one part ...Read more
I have swelling between my scrotum and anus and when I sit dow feels like im sitting on a tennis ball and feels hot and a burning sensation.?
Be seen: You might have an infection in the area, or some kind of mass. Be seen for an exam and diagnosis. ...Read more
Swelling: The scrotum is the anatomical name of the sac which contains the testes (and associated structures). Scrotal swelling generically refers to enlargement of the scrotum, but does not indicate if the testicles within are swollen. Veinous proliferation (a varicocele) could be the cause of such swelling too, and a visit to your md is advised to evaluate this. Good luck! ...Read more
Need to see a doctor: Swelling of one side of the scrotum should be evaluated for testicular cancer. Usually, an ultrasound is needed. Once cancer is ruled out, this could be a simple fluid collection, vein collection, or infection of the testicle. ...Read more
Varicocele: Varicoceles are usually non-tender, but are classically usually reffered to as a 'bag of worms' almost invariably in left hemi-scrotum. Surgical correction for pain is contraversial because pain often not relieved by surgery. Surgery most often performed for preservation or improvement of fertility. ...Read more
I have a soft swelling in my scrotum On right side that pushes my testes together causing discomfort.
With epididymitis should pain and swelling decrease with rest and scrotal elevation, I have some pain and swelling but only when active?
No: They is usually the result of infection and it requires antibiotics to treat. Do not delay in seeing a doctor. Permanent damage can occur if this is left untreated. ...Read more
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
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
Yes if hard: Painless hard swellings of the testicle are cancer until proven otherwise. Hence should be checked out asap. Fortunately most scrotal swellings are benign. Scrotal swellings that develop suddenly and are associated with severe pain can be due to torsion (twisted spermatic cord) which needs to be corrected asap because testicle can be lost if left untreated>6hrs. Or epipidymitis which antibiotics a. ...Read more
Need more info...: Imaging studies like USG is intended to help confirm a clinical suspicion which is driven from detailed history + physical exam at least. So, swelling of spermatic chord may be normal to severe inflammation. How to put all needed info for good care together? Follow instructions in the category of What to Do at Feeling Sick? In http://www. Formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. ...Read more
My brother says I should get treated because once in a while I get scrotal swelling? Is he right?
Scrotal swelling: Scrotal swelling has many possible causes, and should be evaluated by your primary care physician or a urologist. An exam in the office is helpful, and an ultrasound may also be of use in establishing the diagnosis. ...Read more
What causes multiple (tiny) hematomas to form on the scrotum? No visible swelling, no discomfort, occasionally break open and bleed.
Here are some...: What described most likely represents the common occurrence of harmless scrotal angiokeratoma (of Fordyce), which usually carries no clinical significance and requires no active Rx. But if bothered mentally or physically, skillful us of laser or cautery will help. If still in doubt, seek evaluation for confirmation and counseling since right Dx is hard to come by with a direct look. ...Read more
Depends: On your own specific goals and values. For me - absolutely. ...Read more
Connection: The testis are formed near the kidneys & migrate down into the scrotum over time. During descent they leave the abdomen in a tubular projection of a lining of the abdominal wall called the peritoneum, which adheres to the testis & blood vessels like shrink wrap. If the shrink wrap doesn't shrink enough, clear abdominal fluid can end up in the scrotum next to the testis. ...Read more
If there was testicle pain orr swelling in a testicle from chlamydia would that show on a scrotal US?
Epididymitis...: ...due to chlamydia and other STDs, usually would show an abnormality by ultrasound, but not always. If you have apparent epididymitis, with tenderness and definite swelling of the involved testicle, and sexual exposure with STD risk, the usual practice is to treat for presumed chlamydia even if not confirmed by testing or ultrasound. Better safe than sorry! Also ask sex partner (s) to be tested. ...Read more
See a urologist: Most common cause of scrotal swellings are hydroceles (sac of fluid around testicle)+ corrected by minor surgery. Spermatoceles are benign cysts which can be removed if large or symptomatic. Swellings with pain can be due to twisted testicle or epididymitis, former needs surgery asap ot save testis, latter needs antibiotics. Testis tumors need surgery. Treatment for scrotal edema is non-surgical. ...Read more
Fluid: It is probably a benign fluid collection or a hematoma (blood collection). You should make your urologist aware of the swelling and see if he/she wants you to come in for an evaluation. ...Read more
I am experiencing scrotum swelling. The following also describe me: Scrotal mass and Scrotum discomfort. What should I do?
Be checked...: How long has scrotal swelling been? What came first, pain or swelling or both at same time? On one side or both? Besides these, one still needs more info on history + finding of physical exam +testing as needed before possibly deducing right diagnosis/care. How to get these done correctly? Follow suggestions in articles listed in http://formefirst. Com/onDealSickness. Html. Clinically, ? hydrocele or ...Read more
I have swelling and discomfort in my upper scrotum left side. I noticed a small tube shaped bump in same area. What could be going on.?
80 days after scrotal trauma still some actions cause pulling pain in groin. Its not 24/7.Urologist says still some swelling is present, possible?
Portect the jewsl: Depending on the degree of the initial inflammation and bruising, as well as th exact anatomical location, it can take months before swelling completelty subsides. Scrotal elevation may help this. The inflammatory cells and proteins have to get through a few layers of tightly woven facial layers and this may explain why it may take loner to see complete resolution. ...Read more
Had 6 scrotum us but no varicoceles were found even not found when checked physically. What is the cause of my right side spermatic cord swelling?
Cysts: May be one or more epidydimal cysts. No treatment necessary. ...Read more
Is there anyway I can reduce the swelling of a irtiated bump on the upper side of my scrotum? Its very tender and I know it comes from rubbing on it
Bump dermatology: You may want to consider using Cort aid for just a few days. If it does not resolve you should see your primary care physician. ...Read more
Hot soaks. Acne crea: Hot soaks or soak in hot tub of water (hot as you can stand without burning yourself). Can also try applying acne cream like oxy 10 or cleracil or other benzoylperoxide cream (acne cream) to try and treat the infection. If it does not improve in 2-3 days or you develop increasing pain, swelling, redness, fevers...need to see health care provider right away. Hope this helps. Good luck. ...Read more
Had 6 scrotal us but nothing found, having pain and swelling in right side testicular vein for 8 months. What could it be?
Get it checked.: A varicocele is generally a benign condition caused by dilatation of a plexus of veins leading to the testicle. They usually occur on the left side. If there are no symptoms (dull ache, pain, or sense of fullness), usually nothing needs to be done. Have a urologist review the us, perform a physical exam, and follow the size and symptoms. ...Read more
What are the symptoms of varicose veins in the scrotum? What type of pain or swelling is associated?
Here are some. ..: While varicocele happens to some 10-15% of men, usually on left side, most of them are asymptomatic even in its large size - like a bag of worms. If symptomatic, the affected men may feel pressure, fullness, or ache in the affected hemiscrotum after standing for a long duration so they more feel it in the afternoon and relieves in supine position. ...Read more
Does u have any painin testis, spermatic cords or scrotum swelling if u have kidney issues? Infections or disease of kidney?
Not likely: They are two systems pretty well unassociated with each other so one usually does not affect the other. If you have severe kidney disease (like bad enough to be on dialysis) this could cause water retention that could cause swelling in the area. Your symptoms sound more like an inguinal hernia, a varicocele, epididymisis, trauma, testicle torsion or spermatic cord/nerve entrapment. ...Read more
I have severe scottum swelling and being treated by catheter an lasix (furosemide). What about tapping scrotum?
Discuss with your MD:
Lasix (furosemide) is used for swelling in other parts of body due to body retaining water due to some reason. It may be more than scrotum swelling
i will suggest you make an appointment ith your treating doctor and find exactly what is the cause of swelling and why you are getting Lasix (furosemide) for scrotal swelling and why can not it be tapped if it is localized swelling of scrotum. ...Read more
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