Cancer of the testes, hydroceles and infection generally only affect one testicle and it is pretty obvious what is going on. If the pain is severe you may consider a visit to the ER. Often no treatment at all is needed. An operation is usually only advised if the hydrocele persists after months of age. I say this because the main body of the testis has become smaller than the right and another one seems to have grown on top.
Blood clots which form tend to take a long time to disperse and can form a cyst which will remain until removed by surgery. Slight swelling of scrotum Q. Either way, you should get your GP to check you over. So many men want an answer to your question so thanks for writing in. I suspect that the scan has shown a cyst in the epididymis, which is the tube around the testicle and transports sperms away from the testicle. Why do I get testicle pain if I don't have sex for a while?
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Most cases of acute epididymitis are successfully treated using antibiotics. The organisms make their way into the urethra the tube from which a man urinates and ejaculates and then work their way backwards into the ejaculatory ducts the ducts that carry the sperm. Testicular cancer is generally painless until the later stages. About a year ago, I noticed that my right testicle didn't seem to be 'hanging' as it normally does. You are here Male Health. I am not trying to trivialise the dreadful situation but rather show that abject pessimism is not only out of place, it is counter productive. If a man has an "acute" epididymal infection rapid onset, as opposed to "chronic" he will usually feel intense pain in the scrotum.
People ask why such things happen? The pain is probably not in the testicles but rather in the ducts carrying sperm to the penis which have a muscular coat. It thus lessens the likelihood of epididymal discomfort. Questions on pain and other testicle worries Archive Page. It appears like the original one divided into two.