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Forum Name: Male Sexual Disorders
Question: hardern testicle and a white spot
|oct201988 - Mon Jul 11, 2005 6:47 am|
hell i am 16 and i have a problem..well 2..recently i don't kno why but my right testicle started hurting..jus out of the blue..well i was goin 2 get a phsical..it wasnt painfull so i don't think i have that torsion or twisting of the testicle. but ive noticed that the rihgt testicle is more ..i guess harder than the left..i don't kno if this is a cancern or not..and also..the white spot..i guess 4 atleast 2 years ive had this white spot right in the middle of my penis..and sometimes i can push i uess puss out of it..its flat and white..thats it..could it be verstile skin..(sun spots)..please reply back
|Theresa Jones, RN - Mon Jul 11, 2005 11:45 am|
Any sudden onset or persistent testicular pain should be evaluated by your physician. Sebaceous/Epidermoid cysts present with contents of a white cheesy, foul smelling type substance. These usually require no treatment unless they continue enlarging or the area begins showing signs or symptoms of infection then antibiotics and drainage of the cyst may be necessary.
|oct201988 - Mon Jul 11, 2005 6:53 pm|
ok..well why does it feel like 1 resticle is harder den da other
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