Before going to bed tonight, I accidentally touched the abnormality of the left testicle: there is a lump next to the testicle, which is slightly smaller and softer than the testicle, as if there were two testicles. I don't usually feel it. When standing, it is intuitive that the testicles on both sides are not the same high: the left side is low and looks like falling. Can it be a tumor? Thank you.
For your symptom, it is suggested that you can go to the urology department of the hospital for examination. You may belong to testicular polyps. Of course, it is not ruled out that it is caused by tumor factors. Therefore, it is suggested that you must make a clear diagnosis and give targeted treatment in time.
Hello, according to your description, you should be talking about the epididymis. If there is no redness, swelling and pain, there should be no big problem. The position of the testicles on both sides is different, which is normal. There are no completely symmetrical two organs. I can't rest assured. I can go to the urology department or general surgery department of the local hospital for a color Doppler ultrasound examination, which can further clarify the diagnosis.
According to your description, consider that there may be varicocele on the left. Varicocele is the left scrotum, which can lead out and droop, and can touch the soft blood vessel mass.
It is suggested to go to the hospital for color Doppler ultrasonography of spermatic vein and scrotum. After clear diagnosis, if the surgical standard is met, surgical treatment can be carried out.