Chronic Lumps That Do Not Feel Painful In The Testicles?
Hello, I want to ask. On my left testicle there is a lump that has a rough texture. It’s been 7 years, because I have absolutely no feeling of pain or pain in such a thing. Not even being held or pressed feels pain. And my left testicle is lower than my left testicle. R n r nWhat is that why? What surgery should be done?
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There are several possible causes for the appearance of coarse-textured lumps in the testicles, including:
Testicular skin infections, for example due to genital warts, molluscum contagiosum, folliculitis testicular skin Enlargement of the testicles or other organs in the testicles, for example due to varicoceles, hydrocele, orchitis, spermatocele, scrotal hernias, epididymitis, testicular cancer, etc. Your testicles that appear down next can be a natural thing due to variations in testicular development since birth, or it could be due to the effects of the cause of the clot as mentioned above.
To ensure the best cause and treatment of your complaint, you need to see a doctor, dermatologist and urologist. With a careful physical examination, specialized in the area of your testicles, or assisted also with an ultrasound examination and other supporting tests, doctors usually can determine the appropriate treatment, whether it is necessary to do surgery, or not. Without checking directly on your condition, it is difficult for us to determine this.
It's better if you check yourself directly to the doctor. Don't get into the habit of over-pressing or massaging your testicles, including areas that have lumps. Always wear pants and underwear that are comfortable, not tight, not hot. Always maintain your ideal body weight, not too fat, so that your testicles do not experience irritation due to excessive friction. Do not forget, always keep your intimate area clean, namely by taking a regular shower and only having healthy sex.
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