i have an issue with piles problem for about a year, Now recently i have a swollen nerve/ veins just below the testicles towards the anus ( i dont know how to describe it ) . Its like a grape sized lump and it feels a bit uncomfortable if applied pressure. I dont have any urine problem though and i dont feel pain. So can someone tell me what might be the problem here? is it because of my piles or is it related to my testicles??? i pray that its not a cancer...please help :(
How are you? What are other symptoms present? Any lump warrants further evaluation by your doctor to rule out malignancy. While there are many possible issues to consider such as your history of hemorroids, cyst, inflammation or infection, direct clinical examination and additional tests may help. Imaging studies may help rule out any scrotal or testicle lump. Take care and do keep us posted.
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