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Dr. Ted King
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Veins (Definition)

Veins are thin walled vessels that carry deoxygenated blood ...Read more


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I feel pain sometimes in right testicle cord. I can feel there is a vein which swells like a size of small straw. What is it?

I feel pain sometimes in right testicle cord. I can feel there is a vein which swells like a size of small straw. What is it?

Varicocele: You could be feeling a varicocele, which is an enlarged vein in the testicle. These are harmless, but can sometimes be uncomfortable. However, with any new testicular finding, i encourage all of my patients to get a proper exam to make sure it is nothing more serious. Best of luck! ...Read more

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Is it normal to feel 2 veins under each testicle, age 17?

Is it normal to feel 2 veins under each testicle, age 17?

? tail of epididymis: maybe what UR feeling. It would be unusual to feel a pair of veins under either testicle. Varicoceles, which feel like "bag of worms" when standing erect usually on left & above or to side of scrotum. occesionally extend under testis & possibly might give impression of being under both testes. Your family Dr could check U & advise. ...Read more

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What is this bag of veins behind my left testicle and is it abnormal?

What is this bag of veins behind my left testicle and is it abnormal?

Near the testicle...: Is the epididymis, which is composed of numerous tubes, and is palpable in the scrotum. The epididymis may harbor cysts, making it more prominent. A large one is called a spermatocele. A varicocele is a collection of dilated veins that can be felt near the spermatic cord. Usually these entities are left alone unless large or painful. See your urologist for evaluation. ...Read more

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Is normal that the back of my left testicle is covered in lumpy veins?

Varicocele: Varicoceles, enlargement of veins within the scrotum, loose bag of skin that holds your testicles. Varicocele is similar to a varicose vein that can occur in your leg.Varicoceles, a.Ffecting approximately 10 percent of men, occurs in young men, usually during the second or third decade of life.Sometimes low sperm count and infertility.Confirmed by ultrasound.Can be treated by embolization, no surg. ...Read more

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Is it normal to have wormlike veins in the bottom side of my left testicle?

Is it normal to have wormlike veins in the bottom side of my left testicle?

Vericocele: Is called vericocele , usually harmless , wear a good support , if it is bothering you or have fertility problem will need low risk simple surgery .If you have surgery then don't worry ...Read more

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I know that different veins join left and right testicle respectively. Can the difference be felt by touching?

I know that different veins join left and right testicle respectively. Can the difference be felt by touching?

See professionals...: Varicocele happens to almost 15% of men, usually on left side, with some 10% involving both sides. Clinically, it can be visible if it is big; for most of cases, it can be easily palpated in standing position; but, for few, it can be felt only by experienced professional hands in standing position with patient's bearing-down. If in doubt, see professionals. Best luck ... ...Read more

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I have a large vein in my left testicle area how concerned should I be? Its just a large vein down my left side testicle

I have a large vein in my left testicle area how concerned should I be? Its just a large vein down my left side testicle

Varicocele: Vein networks descending with the spermatic cord into the scrotum is a varicocele. It represents venous insufficiency in the gonadal vein. A vein specialist or a urologist can help you. ...Read more

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My husband has just started bleeding from his testicle sack, it's small hole close to a vein, he has no pain, should he go to A & E?

My husband has just started bleeding from his testicle sack, it's small hole close to a vein, he has no pain,  should he go to A & E?

Ruptured scrotal: vein. Apply direct pressure to the bleeding skin ( not to the testicle ) using a sterile gauze. If bleeding does not subside within 5 minutes, get checked at ED or UC ...Read more