Hard lump on the bottom of the left testicle with a feel of worms as well, is this serious? sometimes it can be very sensitive. Dr. Michael Michaels answered Urology 53 years experience
What causes a hard lump at the bottom of the testicle? A small hard lump on testicle that is not painful is more concerning than a painful lump on testicle. Here are a few common causes of a large lump near testicle: Swellings or actual lumps can occur at the bottom of testicle, above testicle, or right testicle regions only.
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On my left testicle I have variocele but also there's something on the very bottom, something that does not feel like lump. It's very soft, probably round or flat hard to say, it feels more like tissue, like something attached to testicle, not a part of it. Sometimes I can't find it, only when scrotum is very relaxed.
It feels attached to the testicle, and can give me some pain. The pain is sort of pulsating, and I can localize it to the bottom, and behind of my left testicle. Laying on my stomach instead of my back seems to help alleviate the pain. The pain is about a 3 on a scale of 1-10.
The signs and symptoms of testicular and scrotal conditions vary depending upon the condition, but there are a few symptoms that are common to many conditions. The most common signs and symptoms include: Pain in the testicles or scrotum. Swelling of the testicles or scrotum. Lower abdominal or groin pain. Heavy or achy feeling in the lower abdomen, groin or testicles.
It’s typically caused by a number of other health conditions, such as: inguinal hernia (a hernia in the groin), varicocele (enlarged veins in the scrotum), edema (accumulation of excess fluid in the body), testicular torsion, hydroceles, epididymal cyst or spermatocele, testicular infection ...
A lump on the testicle, or a scrotal mass, can form in your scrotum (the pouch of skin containing the testicles). It can be a symptom of other medical conditions, most of which aren't serious. The majority of scrotal masses are benign (not cancerous) and don't pose a risk to your health. Some, however, can affect fertility in men, and in rare cases, be a sign of a serious condition such as cancer.
About a month ago i started to feel like somthing was not right down there like a weird sort of ache, so i had a little examiation of the scrotum and testicle ( already lost left testicle when i was 6 years old). i found a weird lump but its not a oval or pea shape more of like a vein , more long, shape located near the bottom of testicle on ...