spot on testicle
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Might be a hair root what's got infected a bit. Bung some Germolene or something on it. Wash regularly, and wear clean pants every day. Nice sweaty area that germs find a perfect home. Could have been caused by chaffing incorporating hair-stretch*.
As said, if it don't go away, get thissen to a physician asap. If you're not confident about your current GP, you can request to see another.
*©Reeves and Mortimer.Posted 7 years agoKucoMember
Don't worry about the doc tails i've got a (2 year) undiagnosed foot problem and I still see him for other problems. If your worried see the doc they would rather just say it's nothing than for you to leave it and it is something that could get rapidly worse.
I found a lump on a testicle a few years ago saw the doc and was having an ultra sound scan and chest x-ray within the week. Luckily it wasn't cancer and nothing serious.Posted 7 years agoskiboyMember
i found a cist in the stringy bits 4 years ago, much worry etc, did the docs then specalist route, even had my balls ultra sounded in front of most of the ultra sound department 😯
turned out to be a ordinary cist, know of three other people who have the same, so don't worry yourself but at the same time get it seen to put your mind at rest,
most important don't bloody google it or self diagnose 😉Posted 7 years agofinbarMember
I found a lump in my sac earlier this year (not attached to anything, just like floating in there alongside). Doc said it's absolutely nothing to be worried about, it's still in there.
p.s. Why do some of you want to see pictures of peoples nuts? There's other websites for that sort of thing 😆Posted 7 years agotailsMember
sorry for the friday night topic. I have a spot rather than lump on my bits now as far as i can tell it is not attached to the rugby ball bit but rather the bag!! Am i right in thinking the big C would be a lump on the rugby ball?
Now I would go to the doc but I went last week for some ongoing (1 year) undiagnosed body pain, last year after 3 visits he sent me to neurologist who reckons it is just muscle pain/spasm. So getting him to act is often a multiple visit job which is not great.Posted 7 years ago
tails – Member
sorry for the friday night topic. I have a spot rather than lump on my SCROTUM now as far as i can tell it is not attached to the TESTICLE but rather the SCROTAL SAC!! Am i right in thinking that TESTICULAR CANCER would be a lump on the TESTICLE?
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Why apologise for asking a male health related question that is worrying you, and why the use of childrens playground names for parts of your body, we are all designed the same.
Dont self diagnose as the results may scare you even more and you may get it wrong.
Best wishes with the DR, but it may well be worth asking to se another GP,for a change.
Embarassing but theyve seen and felt most parts of the body,and they will put your mind at rest.Posted 7 years agoJujuuk68Member
I suppose the traditional man response of "give it a good squeeze" will only risk the approbrium of the forum users, but it worked for me in the past…..
Seriously, theres no reason why you can't/wont get a boil in that chaffing, sweaty place, when your camelbak will give you one to the shoulder for exactly the same reason.
Seriously though, I managed to get a 3 ft squeeze shot from shoulder to bathroom mirror one night with a boil… was accurate too!
(awaits a telling off from a medical person).Posted 7 years agoourkidsamMember
Sounds like you've got a spot on your balls. You know like one on your face, but on your balls. First time I checked my bollocks, I thought I found a lump. Turns out it was that bit that attaches your bollock to the rest of you. Shoulda paid more attention in biologyPosted 7 years agoU31
The mrs says my testicles are spot on…..Posted 7 years agomisterfrostieMember
Does sound like an infected hair follicle. I've had a couple of those in the past. Also had a lump on one of my nuts that I found when I was about 13. I was too scared to get my stones out for the doc and just put up with it, reasonably convinced I might die as a result of it. At about 18 I decided enough was enough and went to the docs. No big deal, doc had a bit of a grope and quickly told me it was an epididdimal cyst..Posted 7 years ago
Get to the docs to make sure mate but if its on the ballbag its probably very superficial and nothing serious. I'm sure you'll find the doc professional and considerate. Docs love checking bollocks out.
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