It may be appropriate to monitor first!
Hi and thank you so much for this query.
I am so sorry to hear about this hear of this swollen testicle that your husband has. Because of the absence of any disturbing symptoms, I think it would be a good idea to monitor and make sure this is for real a permanent finding or a transient symptom that warrants no aggressive measures.
How big is the difference in size between these two testicles? Is it alarming or barely noticeable? Is he having edema any where else like the feet/ankles?
Some of the reasons that can make a condition to be assessed and treated urgent are the symptoms. When there are very few symptoms that are not a threat too quality of live or have future implication on management or outcome, it is always prudent not to be too aggressive.
The other concern I have is why he should have edema on one side only. Scrotal edema is often bilateral unless in certain conditions like cancer. Please, can you kindly upload a picture of this for me to assess and tell whether it may warrant any further immediate attention?
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Dr. Ditah, MD.