Swelling Of The Right Testicles?

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my right testicles are swollen, why huh? danger is not ?? and how to treat it ??

1 Answer:

Hello Rangga,


Swelling of the testicles can be caused by several possible causes, including:

Inflammation of the testicles or called orchitis


Varicocele or dilation of veins in the scrotum

Hydrocele or the filling of the testicular sac with fluid
Hernia or partial discharge of the abdominal cavity in the testicular sac
Tumor

For this reason, it is necessary to do an examination by a doctor directly to assess the cause and carry out further treatment. Also pay attention to other symptoms that arise because it is not uncommon for complaints of swollen testicles to be accompanied or not accompanied by pain in the testicles, urinary pain, pain during sexual intercourse, nausea and vomiting, discomfort, blood in urine and sperm, fever and other symptoms.


Later the doctor will carry out a series of examinations to find out the cause, starting from a physical examination and supporting examinations such as a urine test, ultrasound or a CT scan or MRI scan. The treatment itself will be adjusted to the cause where if there is an infection then antibiotics will be given while if there is a disturbance in the blood vessels, surgery is one of the treatment options.


May be useful,


dr. Adhi P.

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