Enlargement Of The Vas Deferens Channel?
Hello doctor, the enlargement of the vas deferens channel is dangerous, but does not cause pain, and how to eliminate it?
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The vas deferent channel is a channel that functions as a place for sperm to collect in the epididymis. Sperm from the vas deferens channel will mix with fluid from the semicunalis and prostate channels. Furthermore, the liquid is called semen.
Enlargement of the vas deferent can occur due to:
1. Inflammation due to infection.
2. Obstruction or blockage, can occur due to scarring after infection or surgery.
3. Tumor or mass growth.
Enlargement that occurs in the vas deferent channel is certainly a dangerous condition. Because, it can have an impact on one's fertility. Therefore, you should follow the advice your doctor gives if you have previously consulted. However, if you know the enlargement of the vas deferens channel from your own feelings or an examination by a non-doctor, you should consult with your doctor whether there is indeed enlargement or not. Because in some people the palpable vas deferent channel is a normal condition.
The treatment that can be done to overcome the enlargement depends on the cause. If it is caused by a bacterial infection, the doctor will prescribe antibiotics to treat it. However, if caused by a tumor or scar tissue, surgery is the best choice.
Thus hopefully useful.