Lump In The Testicular Sac Or Testicular Sac?
Afternoon, in the bladder, like ad bumps, and sometimes it is really tedious … In the past, but the animal was gone, how come it doesn’t work, hmpir 1m
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The bladder is a reservoir of urine, so a lump should not be seen directly. Maybe you mean a lump in the scrotum sac or a tetis or scrotum sac. If you feel complaints of itching and lumps appearing in the sac of the testicles, and you have experienced it before, then the complaint is probably caused by inflammation of the hair roots that causes swelling, pain, or complaints of itching. Inflammation of the roots of this hair can occur due to poor hygiene conditions and contamination of germs that enter the pores of the skin in your testicular sac. However, this still needs to be confirmed by a doctor's examination.
In addition to the above conditions, some of the conditions below can also cause complaints of itching and lumps in the area of your testicles, such as:
1. sexually transmitted infections
3. yeast infection
4. insect bites
5. tick bites
If this complaint has been running for about 1 month, then, you should consider doing a direct examination to a specialist skin and genitals. The doctor will immediately see the complaint that you are feeling, and by looking at this complaint, the doctor can determine the cause. If there is no problem in the field of skin and genital diseases, the doctor can make a referral to a urologist or a specialist according to the results of the examination.
For now, avoid using underpants that are too tight, use warm water compresses on the bump area, and avoid hand contact with the bumps other than during treatment.
Thus the info we can convey.