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Visible veins in scrotum normal

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Dr. P. T. Patil MD

Hi doc Veins visible behind left testicle not varicose Is this normal anatomy? Thanks One picture attached thanks ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. P. T. Patil ( Urologist)
Dr. P. T. Patil MD

had some questions which I did not ask last time and if you can clarify. 1) this vein is only visible when I press onto the top left part of the testicle, is it normal for a vein connected from... View answer

Answered by : Dr. P. T. Patil ( Urologist)
Dr. Rishi MD

Dear Dr XXXXXXX Its XXXXXXX you was answering my question in regards to the vein like appearance on my scrotum and you said this was of normal anatomical appearance. I wanted to do a follow up question... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Rishi ( General Surgeon)
Dr.  Matthew J. Mangat MD

Hi I have sent in images twice for this vein I have seen on my left testicle pictures uploaded. I have been told by Dr XXXXXXX and Dr XXXXXXX that it is of normal phenomenon would someone else just ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Matthew J. Mangat ( Urologist)
Dr. Prasanna Heijebu MD

scortum. It shows a mild varicocele in left testicele. But right one is normal. I don't know where ... seeing my scortum. He told the vericocele is mild and it can't be operated unless it is visible for... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Prasanna Heijebu ( General & Family Physician)

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Dr.  Pragnesh Vachharajani MD

sore scrotum slight heavy feeling with purple vein visible also? Possible causes? ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Pragnesh Vachharajani ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Ilyas Patel MD

Hi I have visible swollen veins on the side of scrotum I have no pain I ve had varicose veins removed from left leg some years ago what is the procedure in my situationMy age is 45 I m 180 cm... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Ilyas Patel ( Dermatologist)
Dr.  B. Radhakrishnan. Nair MD

and the veins that are in the scrotum? Because I knew i always had some worm like veins that stick out from the left side,but i didnt know that it is a disease. How can I know if it normal or... View answer

Answered by : Dr. B. Radhakrishnan. Nair ( OBGYN)
Dr. Mukund Savaskar MD

Over the past two weeks, I have felt a lump under the skin between my scrotum and anus, slightly towards the right side. Painless, and not visible, I only know it s there when I exert slight pressure ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Mukund Savaskar ( General Surgeon)
Dr.  Shoaib Khan MD

hi doc i have been having a dull ache on left side of my scrotum for like month. It feels more like top part of testicle ( epididymitis). However, my ultrasound was normal, no STDs found in the urine ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Shoaib Khan ( General & Family Physician)

Mobile Questions and Answers

Dr.   Sudhir Kumar MD

These purple veins on your scrotum (balls) are normal, and hence there is no need to worry. Best wishes, Dr Sudhir Kumar MD DM

Dr. Kaushal Bhavsar MD

Better to get done clinical examination of scrotum and ultrasound examination also. If both are normal then no need to worry. Please hit thanks.

Dr.  T Shobha Deepak MD

Hi It is likely to be idiopathic scrotal oedema . Possibility of epididyorchitis needs to be ruled out . Kindly consult your physician for further assessment