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Suggest treatment for swollen testicles

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Posted on Sat, 23 Jul 2016
Question: I have swollen testicles with no pain

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Answered by Dr. Albana Sejdini (2 hours later)
Brief Answer:
Hydrocele or varicocele to rule out by urologist

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I have just received your query and can say as following:
Having swollen testicles without pain could be due to possible hydrocele (benign buildup of fluid around a testicle ) or varicocele (enlargement of veins within the scrotum).

Depending on the time you noted swollen testicles, and if you do not have a history of injury or local infection, I'd advise to run an ultrasound of your genitalia. A further consultation with urologist is then needed.

Hope it was of help.
Dr.Albana
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Brief Answer: Hydrocele or varicocele to rule out by urologist Detailed Answer: Hi I have just received your query and can say as following: Having swollen testicles without pain could be due to possible hydrocele (benign buildup of fluid around a testicle ) or varicocele (enlargement of veins within the scrotum). Depending on the time you noted swollen testicles, and if you do not have a history of injury or local infection, I'd advise to run an ultrasound of your genitalia. A further consultation with urologist is then needed. Hope it was of help. Dr.Albana