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Small grain on my testicle, it pains. Urologist conclude it as hematocele. What I could be suffering from and is there any medications to solve that without surgery?

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Precisely 3 months ago, I noticed a very small grain like half a peanut on the head of my right testicle. I was irritated over this little painless structure and I message it a little for some few seconds and I felt like it was gone and nothing was there. i noticed after some hours that my right testicle was filled with water I could feel how my testicle was swimming in my scrotum. I had an apointment with my doc and he prescribed some antiboitics and pain killer which only reclieved me of pain but did not reduce the swolling. I went back to him again and he directed me to an urologist who did an ultrsound and noticed my right testicle was ok and in normal shape with the left despite the right testicle was like the size of a lawn tennis ball. My urologist also onclude that it was cyst of the spermatic cord( said a very small cyst), hematocele. Presently I feel my right testicle some hardened but not as stone but like a thick skin filled with water and some part of it like hard but tender. Sir, could you kindly tell me precisely what I could be sufferring from and is there any medications to solve that without surgery?
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Asked On : Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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Apr 2013
Hi and welcome to HCM. Thank you for your query.
Unfortuntaely there is no medication for such things. Surgery is the only option but you shouldnt be afraid of it, this is a routine procedure. If this is hematovele it will not pull back. Only varicocele can heal spontaneously. Also it can be needle aspirated in some institutions. I suggest to manage this surgically. WIsh you good health.
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Answered: Sun, 12 May 2013
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