The Presence Of A Hard Lump In The Baby’s Testicle?
The left baby’s penis is harder than the right. There are two protrusions the size of a corn kernel. If the hot day is still harsh, one side reaps, what is the characteristic of the disease?
Hello Elfi Yanti,
Normally the male scrotum contains the testes (testicles) and their ducts as well as blood vessels and nerve bundles on the right and left. The lumps that you are complaining about can be caused by the following conditions:
Abnormal tissue growth A build-up of fluid in the scrotal pouch. Inflammation or inflammation of the testicles Hernia Infection of the testes or sperm ducts. What mothers need to pay attention to, among others, is if the mother's child looks very sick, has a fever, there is blood or pus in the urine, the lump gets bigger in a short time and looks reddish on the skin around the scrotum.
if one or more of the above occurs, please contact your doctor immediately, ma'am.
I hope this information is helpful