No. Testicular us looks for abnormalities of the testicle. Transrectal us is used to evaluate either the anal sphincter mechanism or stage rectal rumors.
Ultrasound. Why was the test fine and what is your question about it? Test is usually done to check the status of the testicles and other scrotal contents.
Here are some. .. Testicular ultrasound usually doesn't add much practical value for making an accurate Dx if not done timely; yet, most of such test is just done to serve political correctness and cover malpractice. The most important things in evaluating testicular are still a detailed history of its onset, degree, duration, fluctuation, interval, and progress over time + physicals + UA under professional alert..
See below. You just need to understand that these types of ultrasounds are done on a daily basis. They are professionals who do these examinations and will not ridicule you or judge you in any way. Once you get in to the exam room, you should be able to calm down and any embarrassment should go away.
Testicular. Ultrasound is a painless test that looks at the testes and surrounding structures in the scrotal sac. It is used to look for masses, blood flow, fluid, dilated vessels, and to evaluate the epididymis.
Yes. Ultrasound is a very good way to look at the testicle, and would be able to see quite small changes.
It may depend. On whether the lesion is within the testis or outside the testis in the scrotum. See a urologist.
Would it be weird if my dad came in with me when I get my testicular ultrasound done for the 2nd time?! I am 18. I think it might be more comfortable?
Comfort. Your level of comfort is important. Staph will have nonissue discuss with dad before hand no problems.
It's not weird. Request his presence with your doctor.
Discuss. Your concerns with your doctor. He or she can have the scan looked at again.
See your urologist. You should follow-up with your doctor who ordered the test to discus the results.