Causes Of Lumps Of Fluid In The Right Testicles?
What early symptoms cause infertility? And how to treat it? Please discuss quickly
Thank you for the question.
Lumps in the testicles actually can not only contain liquid. This lump can also contain intestines, blood vessels, or other tissue. Therefore, it needs to be clarified first, what exactly are the characteristics of the bump you are experiencing? How big is the size? Since when did it appear? Did it disappear? Is it continuing to grow? Does it feel painful? Are there any other complaints that have arisen?
If it is true that the lump in your testicles is filled with fluid, this condition may refer to hydrocele. This condition can occur when the testicles are surrounded by fluid to swell and make you feel uncomfortable. The exact cause of this condition is unknown. However, in adults, hydrocele is often associated with infection in the testicles, for example due to filariasis.
However, as we have mentioned above, it could also be that the bumps on your testicles do not actually contain liquid. The other condition that can also cause lumps in the testicles is the varicocele. scrotal hernias, epididymitis, orchitis, testicular cancer, torsion testis, contact dermatitis, insect bites, skin infections, and so on. Some of these conditions have a negative impact on fertility, or they may not.
Depending on the cause, your condition can be handled differently. Our advice, you consult yourself directly to a doctor or urology surgeon. If it is true hydrocele, this condition may not require any treatment. But sometimes, if it is very annoying, doctors can also recommend that surgery be performed. In the meantime, it's best not to over-manipulate the bumps on your testicles to avoid dangerous complications.
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