Hi, I have had this issue for a while. It is a mass right above my left testicle. It doesnt hurt, its just very bothersome and can grow and shrink. When Im alone I can push it back in and it will go away until I move around or do anything exerting. I was just wondering if anyone else has this problem. Its weird because sometimes its there and sometimes its not. I saw a urinologist ( I think thats right) about 7 or 8 years ago about it, and they said it was fine, but the mass wasnt there when he checked, and so Ive always been skeptical. Any information on this would be greatly appreciated.
I am not sure with your description what the mass could be. Possibilities include normal epididymis, hydrocoele, hernia, growths from the epididymis/ testis (which could be benign or malignant) etc. It would be best to have this evaluated by a primary care physician or a urologist at your earliest convenience for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate management.
Hope this is helpful.
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