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Toddler Swollen 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
Get evaluated.: There are many causes of swelling in the scrotum, such as infections of the testicle or epididymis (orchitis) or accumulations of fluid (hydrocele, spermatocele). Many are benign, but infections & tumors should be evaluated & cannot be missed. See you primary care physician or a urologist. A detailed history and physical exam can determine if a scrotal ultrasound is necessary for further workup. ...Read more
If you have severe pain in the testicle you need to go to the emergency room now as it could be a torsion and you are at risk of losing the testicle. Otherwise you could have a possible infection or other problem. See your doctor to have testing done- probably a urine analysis and ultrasound.
http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/testicular-torsion/basics/definition/con-20033130 ...Read more
I had a spermatocele removed on 7/17/17 is it normal for the testicle to be swollen double the size of the other one?
Not normal: This definitely is not "normal" following surgery. I would guess you have a hematoma, i.e. bleeding at the surgical site, perhaps now with some inflammation due to the blood. If not especially painful, probably not serious. But you shouldn't be trying to sort this out on this or any other distant forum. Contact the doctor who did the surgery! ...Read more
Been test positive for ghonorea only other test neg testicle swollen got 400g fixme how long should I wait before cured if fixme is working?
I have pain in my right testicle and it has swollen, when I get up in the morning the pain subsides. Plz suggest some medicine. When I Cough no Pain.
See DR: Get off the internet, see a urologist. ...Read more
I have a slight uncomfortable pain above my right testicle It started 2 days ago I think and last night I feelt the tubing then it got a bit swollen?
Answer: If the pain is in the back of the testicle without history of injury, most likely cause is epididymitis, which can often be diagnosed in a doctor's office by a simple urine test. Another common cause in young men for this type of discomfort is a varicocele, which is non infectious. Avoid heavy lifting, treat constipation/coughing as these things could increase the pressure and worsen the pain ...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
It is rare...: To have two swollen testicles, which can be caused by infection of both testes or the appearance of cancer in both of them. It is much more common to have fluid build up around the testicle, swelling up the scrotum on one or both sides and making the actual testicles difficult to feel. If you have this problem, please see your physician or urologist for an examination. ...Read more
Unclear link.: I am unaware of a link between the ace inhibitor fosinopril and the development of hydrocele or orchitis in the medical literature. That being said, idiosyncratic reactions to medications are always possible, and I would work with your physician to see if a cause can be identified. ...Read more
Testis pain = see Dr: Testicle pain means a trip to the doctor right away because a 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 of an appendix of a testicle (a small lump next to a testicle), etc. Since one usually cannot tell if his testicle is twisted, an exam by a clinic or ER doctor is needed. ...Read more
Many causes.: Swelling of the testicle itself can be caused by infection or by the appearance of cancer. Swelling of the scrotum, which houses the testicles, is much more common. Fluid can build up around the testicle, such as in a hydrocele or spermatocele. Dilated blood vessels called varicoceles can also enlarge the scrotum. If you have this problem, please see your physician or urologist for an examination. ...Read more
Here are some...: Many laypersons refer hydrocele (fluid-filled sac) as painless testicle, but occasionally, few men may self palpate hard nodular testicle inside the sac, which indeed is testicular tumor. Fortunately, ultrasound exam of the sac will differentiate both and clear confusion. How to get these done right? Follow instructions in http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. Best wishes... ...Read more
Torsion: If you had a painful swollen testicle and didn't seek medical attention and now you're left with a squishy nubbin, you likely had torsion. Nothing you can do about it now. ...Read more
See ur dr: This should always be checked out especially if it red and seems to hurt immediately. How ever the most like ly cause if it is not hurting or red is a hydrocele. It is seen quite frequently a collection of fluid around testicle it is benign might grow a little before it goes away usually gone by 1 yo or sooner. Nothing to worry about. ...Read more
See your doctor: Testicular lumps (or swelling) can be cancer or benign. You don't want to take a chance of misdiagnosing yourself. Testicular cancer can be extremely aggressive so don't delay. Go see your doctor for a thorough exam. S/he may order an ultrasound to determine if you have a mass inside the testicle, but hopefully it is something benign such as a cyst or varicocele (dilated blood vessels). Good luck! ...Read more
Get a testicular us: Depending on r age especially if under 40 years old need to get a testicular ultrasound to rule out a testicular tumor. ...Read more
This: This is likely a hydrocele, which is a sac of fluid around the testicle that may communicate with the abdominal cavity and fill up with fluid from the abdominal cavity from time to time. However, it is more common for these to enlarge over the course of the day while you are up and about, and then get smaller as you lie recumbent overnight, than the situation you are describing. You should go to your doctor or make an appointment with an urologist to be evalauated. ...Read more
Testicle trauma: You likely had some trauma resulting in the accumulation of fluid or blood (a hematoma). You can apply cool compresses or ice (in a cloth or bag, not directly on the skin) for 15 minute intervals. Avoid aspirin. If no better in a few days or if you develop pain, get an evaluation. ...Read more
Urologist: Please see a urologist or at least a primary care physician promptly. ...Read more
See your Dr: You need to have an exam. Nothing else will do. It's worth the time and cost but you can probably find a free or sliding scale clinic if you need to. Anyone who would DX this without an exam is likely to be wrong but even more, nothing would be different even if they are right. Don't wait - go! Best wishes! ...Read more
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