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Pain in right testicle, chronic prostitis, bulging in testicle. CAT scan scheduled. Hernia symptoms?

I have pain on the right side testicle for months now doctor said was an infection i was diagnosed with chronic prostitis but now i see a buldge in the crease of testicle in leg hard as a rock though it was an ingrown hair i shave but i squeezed it and thought my insides down there were on fire can this be a hernia i have to schedule a catscan as per doctor visit for this
Asked On : Sun, 23 Dec 2012
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Dec 2012
Hello Amansface,
You are welcome to this forum.
There are a good number of possibilities as regarding the pain and swelling of right testicles. You might be having:
- orchiepididymitis
- testicular tumor (benign or malignant depending on your age; mostly advanced age)
- testicular torsion
- hydrocele
It will be good choice if you paid a visit to your doctor as soon as possible. CT scan/MRI will need to done earlier and some blood test and urine test done too. Two of the above mentioned conditions are medical emergencies.
Anti-inflammatory; steroidal or non-steroidal will relieve pains before you meet your doctor.
Hope this helps
Answered: Sun, 23 Dec 2012
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