Pain In The Testicles And Soft Lumps Appear Above The Left Testis?
, I aryo 26 years not married. Initially I was in pain in my lower left abdomen after sneezing. Then I went to the doctor to check, after the recommended urine test and photos to see if there was an infection in the intestine it turned out to be normal. And the pain gradually faded. After that, my left testicle aches and then goes away with pain, after a few days recurrence for 3 weeks like that, then I check my left upper testicle like a bump / soft lump that if touched does not hurt but in the morning or at when the testicle pucker protrudes really protruding in the upper left testicular pouch. During the last week of every sleep I also always had a left back pain when taking deep breaths. What do you think this is? thank you
Hello, good afternoon Aryo ...
Testes are part of the male reproductive system that functions to produce sperm and the hormone testosterone. Lumps in the testicles that are painful can be caused by a variety of possibilities, including:
hernia scrotalis. Scrotal hernias are protrusions of soft tissue (in this case intestine or fat tissue) into the folds of the thighs through weakened connective tissue, causing the scrotum to become enlarged
Varicocele, which is a condition of dilation or swelling of veins in the scrotum due to malfunctioning of the vascular valve at that location.
hydrocele, which is the buildup of fluid around the testes. Risk factors for this disease include age over 40 years, a history of infection in the scrotum (including sexually transmitted infections), or a history of trauma to the scrotum.
To find out exactly what condition you are experiencing, we recommend that you consult a specialist urology surgeon, because after all we cannot make a diagnosis without doing a direct examination. The urologist will then conduct directed questions and answers, conduct general and specific physical examinations, and if needed the doctor may suggest additional examinations, such as an ultrasound examination. Handling will be adjusted to the diagnosis of the cause of your complaint and also the degree of severity.
Regarding complaints of left waist pain when breathing deeply at a young age is most likely caused by muscle traction that is too strong or a history of injury (bump / fall) on the waist that causes muscles to stretch suddenly (muscle spasms). In addition, this condition can also be caused by pinched nerve fibers in the back of the tulag. You can try trying to compress using cold compresses or warm compresses to reduce pain, take over-the-counter pain relievers (such as paracetamol) or over-the-counter topical pain medications to help reduce pain complaints. In addition, take a break and avoid strenuous activities first yes .. If after these methods you do, but the complaints do not decrease, do not hesitate to see a doctor huh ..
That's all, hope it helps