Introduction

Introduction

Some men often feel that the scrotum is heavy and falling, or full of discomfort, accompanied by pain. Most people think that this sex life is not relevant. In fact, the causes of scrotal swelling are various, both disease-related and non-disease factors.

Pathogen

Cause

1, orchitis. Check the affected side of the skin redness, swelling of the testicles, feeling of falling, and obvious tenderness.

2, varicocele. The scrotum of the affected side is swollen, partial bulge, pain, and more fatigue. After a long period of time, the symptoms are relieved or disappeared after a rest.

3, testicular tumor, scrotum testicular semen will also appear testicular fall.

4, may also be caused by other reproductive inflammation, such as prostatitis, seminal vesiculitis.

Examine

an examination

Related inspection

Testicular test for testosterone cremaster reflex

The main basis for the diagnosis of this disease is: (1) age; (2) progressive exacerbation of unilateral testicular pain; (3) color Doppler shows insufficient blood supply to the testicular side of the affected side. There is no effective method for treatment. Vasodilators, enteric-coated aspirin and calcium channel blockers can be used. For those who have severe pain and are ineffective in the above treatment, the orbital orchiectomy may be considered.

Frequently feel the scrotum sinking heavily, or full of discomfort, accompanied by pain.

Under normal circumstances, the testicles will not cause pain, and the testicles will be painful, indicating that the testicles are sick and need to be examined and treated in time.

Diagnosis

Differential diagnosis

Scrotal scrotal pain: orchitis, epididymitis is one of the common causes of scrotal swelling. More than fever, epididymis, acute swelling of the testicles and acute exacerbation of pain, later turned into chronic, the pain will follow, and when it is light and heavy. Sometimes the patient can feel a painful little hard knot in the scrotum.

Scrotal swelling: Scrotal swelling refers to the scrotal skin and its contents (the sheath testis, epididymis and spermatic cord) have lesions, or the contents of the abdominal cavity (ascites viscera) fall into the human scrotum, resulting in an increase in the size of the scrotum.

The spermatic cord is thickened and swollen: the thickening and swelling of the spermatic cord is one of the symptoms of spermatic inflammation. After getting spermatic inflammation, inflammation can cause thickening and swelling of the spermatic cord. When it adheres to surrounding tissues, scrotal swelling, lower abdominal pain and perineal traction pain can occur. If the infection is serious, there may be systemic reactions such as fever and headache.