Lumps And Pain After Vacectomy Surgery.?
Good evening doctor … I am 43 years old with 4 children. 3 years ago I did a vacectomy, with the agreement of husband and wife. Doctor, at first my vacectomy went normal, even though there was a feeling of lack, and a little pain, for 3 years, and there was a lump. Doctor? .. Why after 3 years after that, now comes out a kind of small lumps and feels painful when I touch, as if someone wants to come out, maybe right in the bond, white and occasional itchy. Even though so far it’s been normal. What should I do? Thank you Previously, hopefully the doter is always healthy waalfiat,
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Lumps that appear several years after vasectomy may be sperm granulomas. Sperm granulomas can occur due to the body's immune system reaction to sperm coming out / leaking from vasectomy pieces. This is a long-term complication that is quite common in vasectomies (can occur in 15-40% of men after vasectomy). This condition is generally harmless, but can indeed cause discomfort in the scrotal area. You should check yourself with a urologist. This condition can be overcome by removing the granuloma lump.
Alternatively, the lump may also be spermatocele, a fluid-filled sac that appears in the epididymis (where the sperm is stored in the scrotum). Spermatocele lumps generally do not cause any symptoms and will only cause discomfort when growing large enough. To make sure it is necessary to check directly to the doctor as well.
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