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Symptoms disorders / pain / complaints testicle / testicle / scrotum

  1. Symptoms testicle disorders, testicle pain, testicle / testicle / scrotum complaints. The genitals of the man are largely outside the abdominal cavity. The sexual organs are: penis (penis), testes (testicles, testes, testicles) and scrotum (scrotum). There is an epididymis behind each testicle. The scrotum is located behind the penis and in front of the anus and protects and carries the testes. We treat a number of disorders and abnormalities of the scrotum, testes and epididymis. We also discuss the respective symptoms (such as a hard testicle, a swollen testicle, a lump in the testicle, testicle pain, testicle pain or stitches in the testicle, a nagging pain in the testicle or a burning pain) and the causes and treatment . You may experience complaints in your left testicle or right testicle or in both balls.

Testicular disorders

  1. Cysts on the epididymis Epididymo-orchitis: inflammation of the epididymis and testicle Acute testicle pain due to testicle torsion Cancer: testicular cancer, testicular cancer, testicular cancer Varicocele: group of varicose veins or varicose veins in the scrotum (spider veins) Hydrokele: abnormal accumulation of fluid in the membranes around the testicles Angiokeratomas: red-purple hardened scrotum bumps Sebaceous gland cyst on the scrotum Red scrotum syndrome Testicular atrophy or shrinkage of the testes

Cysts on the epididymis

  1. The epididymis is the tube where the mature sperm cells (spermatozoa) are stored until the next ejaculation (ejaculation). A cyst is an accumulation of seminal fluid (spermatocele)

Epididymo-orchitis: inflammation of the epididymis and testicle

  1. An inflammation of the epididymis and testicle often has a painful swelling (enlargement of the testicle or enlarged testicle

Acute testicle pain due to testicle torsion

  1. Contour Torque

Cancer: testicular cancer, testicular cancer, testicular cancer

  1. Testicular cancer is a malignant tumor in the testicle. It is an extremely rare disease that starts with a hardening of the testicle - a hard lump, bump or bump the size of a pea - which can be painful when pressed. This condition is easily detected by self-examination at an early stage, by rolling both testes with gentle pressure between the thumb and index finger. A painless hardening or a nodule under the skin may indicate a starting tumor. In that case, contact the doctor who will examine the place where you have the lump in the testicle

Varicocele: group of varicose veins or varicose veins in the scrotum (spider veins)

  1. A varicocele

Hydrokele: abnormal accumulation of moisture in the membranes around the testicles

  1. With a hydrocele or water sac rupture, there is an excessive accumulation of fluid in the scrotum, around the testicle, in the double membrane surrounding the testicle. The result is a swelling called hydrocele. The accumulated moisture in the pouch can become contaminated with bacteria and infection

Angiokeratomas: red-purple hardened scrotum bumps

  1. Angiokeratomas are red-purple growths that originate from the blood vessels of usually the scrotal skin or the shaft of the penis

Sebaceous gland cyst on the scrotum

  1. A sebaceous gland cyst

Red scrotal syndrome

  1. The red scrotum syndrome

Testicular atrophy or shrinkage of the testes

  1. Testicular atrophy or testicular atrophy indicates shrinkage of the testes or testis. The testes are the two male reproductive glands located in the scrotum (scrotum) just behind the penis. The testes make sperm cells for reproduction and they produce the male hormone testosterone. There are several possible causes for shriveled testes, including aging, an underlying condition, or infections. Symptoms of testicular atrophy include shrinking testicles (sometimes one testicle (, testicle pain, infertility, sexual dysfunction and decreased libido. Treatment for testicular atrophy or testicular atrophy depends on the cause.

  2. Testicular atrophy or testicular atrophy indicates shrinkage of the testes or testis. The testes are the two male reproductive glands located in the scrotum (scrotum) just behind the penis. The testes make sperm for reproduction and they produce the male hormone testost



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