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Left testis slightly large due to slight increase esonofels, painful to touch. What are the complication?

hello doctor....i m 27 yrs male... height 5.8 weight 65 kg.presently i found that my left testis is slightly larger then right one.i have asked to local doctor before 5 yrs & he explained that this is due to slight increase esonofels.right now when i touch left testes i found a pee nut size projection inside & little painful when i press it.kindly suggest is there any complication or what to do?
Asked On : Mon, 14 May 2012
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welcome to hcm
thanks for the query
have you taken any medication for that before ?
if you can palpate ant mass inside then consult a surgeon near to you and get examined for other possible causes like hernia.the doctor will perform some simple examinations for that.
if all thing is fine and your eosinophil count remains high then you need hetrazan tab for 12 days
if any infection is there then antibiotics can be given under the doctors prescription
take care
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