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How do you treat swollen testicles with no pain?

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Dr. David Cohen
Internal Medicine
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In brief: See below

If your testicles are not painful then there is probably fluid in the scrotal sac and not the testicles.
You should get an examination and most likely get an ultrasound. You may have a hydrocele which is a fluid colection in the scrotum.

In brief: See below

If your testicles are not painful then there is probably fluid in the scrotal sac and not the testicles.
You should get an examination and most likely get an ultrasound. You may have a hydrocele which is a fluid colection in the scrotum.
Dr. David Cohen
Dr. David Cohen
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In brief: Scrotal swelling

You need to be checked by a doctor as there are many conditions that can cause the scrotum to swell, from a tumor in the testes to fluid in the scrotal sac.
Most likely you need a scrotal ultrasound and a complete exam to fully check the situation.

In brief: Scrotal swelling

You need to be checked by a doctor as there are many conditions that can cause the scrotum to swell, from a tumor in the testes to fluid in the scrotal sac.
Most likely you need a scrotal ultrasound and a complete exam to fully check the situation.
Dr. Richard Sarle
Dr. Richard Sarle
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