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... year old male and last night i noticed a lump attached to my right testicle, about the size of a grape or smaller. Neither of my testicles have been aching and i can't recall myself having any of the other symptoms. ... (1 replies)
... I'm 19 and about 3 days ago I noticed some discomfort in my testicle area. ... (4 replies)
... Yesterday I noticed there was a small lump under the surface of the skin on my scrotum. I have Fordyce's spots and also have had some tenderness in that region before. ... (0 replies)

... I was first here when I was 15 years old worried about a lump on my right testicle, but soon after one appeared on my left testicle. Ultrasound was done and nothing harmful was detected. ... (2 replies)
... The lumps exact shape is a little hard to describe it feels like a little cylinder attached to the testicle with a dome shaped top, if that makes sense. ... (1 replies)
Jul 27, 2008
... Can you move the lump so that you can determine it is not attached to the testicle? ... (2 replies)
... have discovered a lump on my left testicle.. its quite large, its not just a small bump but rather a mass on the bottom and back of the left testicle. I dont check my balls regularly.. infact i dont, and its just a fluke i noticed this during a shower and cleaning around there. ... (12 replies)
... I had the same thing happen to me in my 20's. If the lump is not attached to your testicle but you can move it around then it is most likely a harmless cyst. I would just go to a urologist to get his opinion to be safe. ... (4 replies)
Lump on testicle?!
May 20, 2006
... Its probably just a cyst. I have several of them on one testicle and like yours they can be moved around. Its much more worrisome if a lump is actually attached to the testicle. To be safe I would still recommend having a urologist check it out. ... (2 replies)
... how they could tell the diff between a cyst and a tumor. I was told the tumor will look white because it reflects back the soundwaves. A cyst will look black because it absorbs the soundwaves. To me that meant there was a clear difference, not just shades of grey. ... (4 replies)
Testicle Issue
Apr 2, 2006
... If you have a vein in the scrotum then you should get it checked by a urologist. I dont think they are that uncommon and most likely it is harmless but it can be a sign of a blockage in the kidney on that side. ... (4 replies)
... I am a 16 yr old and I had a question. ... (2 replies)
Growth on testicle
Nov 20, 2001
... found something attached to my right testicle. i dont know if it's a lump. The word lump conjured images of a bump or sort of hill shaped mound growing on the testicle which this is not. It is like a slightly elongated greenpea attached to the testicle. ... (8 replies)
... right side of my right testicle its hard to find also its movable but attached to the top of testis, when i touch it causes some ache. ... (1 replies)
Testicle lumps
Jan 24, 2016
... Hi. A while ago i researched testicular cancer and found that most lumps on a testicle are most likely nothing. ... (0 replies)
... Let me start out by saying I am a 17 year highschool student, a junior. i have a lump on my right testicle, its been there for a while. it is not free floating it is attached, and it is hard. ... (1 replies)
... one morning my left testicle was red and swelled up I also had a lump on left side. ... (1 replies)
Testicle help
Mar 15, 2006
... sex the the lump on the top of my testice often shrinks,and the mass like stuff often disapears but both go back to normal after a while,it also feels like my left testicle is attached to something that comes down from my body,,like a big vein? ... (1 replies)
... Are there suppose to be any kind of veins on the testicle itself besides the epididymis? ... (6 replies)
Aug 15, 2003
... does not feel like a tube or vein. There are many tubes, veins, and arteries in the scrotum that connect to the testicles, mostly along the back side of each testicle. These are all normal. These tubes provide the testicles with blood, and carry sperm from the testicles to the body. ... (3 replies)

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