About 4-5 years ago I had a Vasectomy. About two years ago I noticed a lump near the upper part of the right testicle. My Urologist recommended I have an ultrasound evaluation. I had that evaluation in January of 2007. It showed the following:
The right epididymis maintains a cyst measuring 1.7 x 1.0 x 1.4 cm. The testicles and epididymides show symmetric and appropriate blood flow.
As a precautionary measure I spoke with my family doctor about this during a recent routine visit. I was concerned that the cyst may be getting larger. He suggested another ultrasound. I had this done today and saw that the cyst grew to about 2.5 cm. My doctor is not going to be able to review my results for a week. Since I am very concerned about this and I am asking if these circumstances lead one to believe this is likely to be a malignancy? For the past week, I have been experiencing a small amount of discomfort starting in the scrotal area and going up, but I don’t know if that’s because I am thinking so much about my situation.
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