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Pain in testis since childhood, swelling, growth on testis. Cure?

Hello Doctor, Since childhood i used to have pain in testis, after some days the pain disappeared. Recently got married and since my marriage there is small object kind of thing has appeared in Testis and since then i have been suffering from the same pain. Kindly tell me what is the problem and suggest to which doctor i need to go with. Looking forward for your valuable response. Regards
Asked On : Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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HiThis is probably an infection now. Sebaceous cysts are common here.
The best doctor for this is UROLOGIST
They have MCh or DNB degree in Urology - they are specially trained and have expertise.
If there is no such specialist in your city, the next choice is a general surgeon - holding a degree of MS in General Surgery
It looks simple and completely curable...Good luck
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