Lumps In The Testicles Since 2 Weeks Ago?
good afternoon, I want to ask, 2 weeks ago I checked with the doctor about my testicles, he said inflammation and there was a tumor but it wasn’t bad. and take the medicine for 2 weeks. I took the medicine, and a few days ago, I checked my testicles myself, I felt that there was a new small lump, the lump was the same as the old one, if it was held in a shift, and it was hard to find it again … What caused it ? and how to cure it, is it dangerous? and how does it affect my fertility? u003cbr u003and my tettic when it’s cold, like swelling? is it a result of inflammation? and how to cure it? Please help,. thank you
The new lumps you mean can be caused by varicoceles (dilated veins around the scrotum), hernias, testicular tumors, hydrocele, and can also be caused by inflammation or infection of the testicles. as a doctor, we need to ask further about your complaint history and conduct a direct examination to determine the cause, so you should see a doctor directly to confirm your condition. By knowing the cause, it will be easy to determine the best treatment step and the prognosis of your disease (how dangerous the condition is).
The effect of this condition on your fertility is not yet certain, as we cannot determine whether the lump is from the testicles or not. because as previously mentioned that these lumps can be caused by dilated blood vessels, hernias or due to problems with the testicles. If the condition is directly related to the testicles, it will usually affect one's fertility. However, further tests are needed to find out how severe the condition is. considering that there are two testes, so if the other testes are in good health, the sperm production process can take place normally.
Normally when the temperature is cold, the testicles will actually appear to 'shrink' and the surrounding smooth muscles will contract so that the testicles are closer to the body to maintain temperature stability in the testes. However, if you complain of the opposite then this can be due to dilated blood vessels or due to fluid buildup around the testicles. when you consult later you can also tell this information to the doctor who examined you. It is hoped that the delivery of complete information plus direct physical examination can facilitate diagnosis and treatment.
so, hope it is useful,