What should I do if I have pain or a mass in my testicle or scrotum?

Johns Hopkins Medicine

When pain or a mass develops in the testicle or scrotum, one should be evaluated by a physician to rule out infection or, less commonly, a tumor. In patients where pain persists, despite antibiotic therapy, an ultrasound is usually recommended to rule out a tumor.

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Men's Health

Did you know that men are less likely to seek help for health problems than women? This, along with certain biological factors, makes it important for men to pay attention to health issues as they arise. Some heart problems and ce...

rtain cancers could be prevented if men would seek medical treatment on a more regular basis.

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