Testes

Scrotal Redness Symptoms, Causes & Common Questions
Red testicles can have associated symptoms of pain, itchiness, swelling, or dryness of the skin. Common causes for scrotal redness include allergic reactions to hygienic products, chemicals, or medication. In addition, skin conditions like eczema and scabies can cause a red scrotum. Read below for more information on causes and treatment options.

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What Causes Pain in One Testicle & When to See a Doctor
Pain in one testicle can be rare and serious if not treated promptly. The pain can reside in either the right or left testicle and be associated with testicular swelling, lower abdomen pain, and burning when urinating. Sharp pain in one testicle can be caused by testicular torsion, an injury to the groin, a bacterial infection, or prostatitis. Read below for more causes and treatment options.

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Testicular Swelling Symptoms, Causes & Common Questions
A mild swollen testicle after an injury is common and often goes away after a few days. However, large, or sudden swelling should be immediately treated, as it may point to a more serious underlying condition. Read more below to learn 6 possible causes, treatment, and more.

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Epididymitis Symptoms, Causes & Treatment Options
Epididymitis is inflammation of one or both tubes of the epididymis, a coiled tube which stores sperm inside each testicle. It is caused by a bacterial infection. Symptoms include redness, swelling, and pain as well as discharge or blood in the semen.

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Testicular Torsion Symptoms, Causes & Treatment Options
In torsion, the testicle is inadequately attached to the scrotum, allowing it to rotate freely. This can lead to reduced blood flow and the loss of the testicle.

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Testicular Cancer Symptoms, Causes & Treatment Options
Testicular cancer occurs in the testicles, two egg-shaped glands located beneath the penis. Signs of testicular cancer include a lump in the testicle, a change in how the testicle feels, aching in the lower abdomen of the groin, swelling of the scrotum, and pain in the scrotum.

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Indirect Hernia Symptoms, Causes & Treatment Options

An indirect hernia is a protrusion of an organ through the "wall" located near the groin or abdomen. The bulge is painless but when strangulated, can cause symptoms.

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Testicle Numbness Symptoms, Causes & Statistics

Testicle numbness can be alarming since it is most likely caused by a compressed or damage nerve. Groin nerve irritation and a thigh nerve issue can cause tingling in the scrotum. A herniated disk in the lower back can also can also cause tingling testicles and pubic area. Read now for more information on causes and treatment options.

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