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Painful lump on the testicle. Difficulty in walking. Medication?

I have a lump/bump on my testicles (sack) that is very sore.. it is at the top in the back of the sack closer to anus . I recently did some real manual labor and after a shower I noticed this. It is even sore to walk.. I am wondering if this seems more like a boil or ingrown hair . This is very hard to see, as it is on the back for the sack. I get very nervous about such things.
Asked On : Sun, 9 Sep 2012
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Jul 2016
There is nothing to be serious about it.This area being always potential for getting boils and other staphylococcal infection.This looks like boil or perianal abscess which can get subsided if you Take proper antibiotics and anti inflammatory drugs and observe that the area is being cleaned twice daily.If it does not subside in one week.consult surgeon and may need to be incised and drained all infected material.
Answered: Wed, 12 Sep 2012
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