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Vein On Testicle
Varicocele: Varicoceles are tortuous veins around the testicle (mostly on the left side). They are deep inside the scrotum and not usually visible unless they are high grade (grade 3-4). If the vessel is on the surface skin of the scrotum, then that is not a varicocele. A simple physical exam and sometime ultrasound of the testicles can diagnose a varicocele. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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 seen now: Make an immediate appointment with your doctor or go to the er to determine why your testicle is swollen. ...Read more
Not likely . . .: Varicoceles might affect sperm production by warming up testes but they won't affect testosterone production. If your pituitary isn't sending out enough lh, your t level might be low. Or if you've had trauma, injury (torsion) or infection (mumps orchitis) that damaged testes, your t level could then be lower than in past. Check w/your family doc to determine cause prior to starting therapy. ...Read more
Methadone addick for 15 yrs,have varicocele on left testes,lately noticed small vein like lump on bottom of right testicle,very low testosterone level?
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Found in scrotal us: left side testis vein are mildly dilated but having pain and swelling on right testis vein for the last 8 months.
Abnormal ultrasound: While the radiologist is reporting an abnormality of the vein (on the unaffected side), it seems clear that he doesn't know what it indicates. It just a finding, and not a diagnosis. I would basically call this ultrasound report negative or normal. You will have to consider other causes of your pain--may be benign, chronic, idiopathic orchalgia, a well known condition with no clear cause. ...Read more
Had testicular ultrasound .Found hydrocele on both of them.Sometimes feel a lump(like enlarged vein)Could hydrocele press vein causing it to enlarge?
Here are some ...: Reporting the presence of hydrocele around testicles is common from the scrotal US taken for some pain or ache inside scrotum. However, if scrotal contents are still palpable, the reported hydrocele is probably not clinically significant, but an incidental finding. Besides, note: varicose veins (varicocele) above left testis is a known presence up to 15-20% of times. So, ask Doc for detail... ...Read more
Stones in scrotum. Left side only. Not on testicle. Up inside where scrotum attaches to body. Possibly on spermatic cord.
Calcifications: Can occur anywhere in the body, and the male genitals are no exception. Scrotal calculi are freely mobile calcified bodies lying between the layers of the tunica vaginalis. The cause is unclear: injury, inflammation, & infarction are possibilities. Masses in the spermatic cord can calcify, and phleboliths are stones in the veins of the body. If it is painful, or changing in size, get it evaluated. ...Read more
Varicose veins on l leg with vein valve in groin not functioning. Ran into something now bruise on thigh with throbbing pain down whole leg. Worry?
Discomfort in my testicle,
him trample with his knee to my testicle (1.crush on the scrotum, 2. in the vein near the testicle)?
Grade 3 vericocele on left,had inguinal approach vericocelectomy a month ago.Now got 1 vein swollen on right.Having pain around left groin. Wht to do?
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Varicocele: Most common cause of swollen testicular veins. Almost always on the left side of scrotum. Feels like a "bag of worms" when subject is standing and virtually disappears when lying down, sometimes associated by dull aching pain & sometimes left testicle smaller than right. Due venous back pressure from lack of or incompetence of spermatic vein valves preventing venous back-flow. Consult urologist. ...Read more
Left cysts of the epididymis, hydrocele, varicocele and inguinal lymph nodes on the left side. Could be related?
Swollen left testicle difficulties urinating back pain sperm cord enlarged veins more noticeable in penis and scrotum?
Pain in right testicle that radiates up to right side of abdomen. Not epididymis. Small painful nodule where vas deferens and testicle converge?
See a doctor: While it sounds like it could well be epididymitis, it could also be a kidney stone or torsion of a testicular appendage. How do you know it's not epididymitis? Early on even the best of tests can yield false negatives though my money is on a torsion of a testicular appendage usually located at the top of testicle between the testicle and the epididymis. You should go to the ER now. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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
Will a bilateral hydrocele, epididimal cyst, and varicocele on testicles go away on its on? Its really painful and aggravating
Scrotal pathology: None of these conditions will go away on their own. Most varicoceles and hydroceles are not usually painful. An epididymal cyst can be painful due to inflammation of the epididymis. You need to have a consultation to determine which of these is causing your problem and the treat it accordingly. ...Read more
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