Overview

There are a number of different causes for any lumps and swellings in the testicles. Most are harmless such as a swollen vein or a build-up of fluid, which is a cyst. There is a chance they could be more serious, and this is why it is always important to see a doctor as soon as a man notices something that isn’t normal to him. It is important not to hesitate or attempt self-diagnosis, as this could end up being dangerous or leave a man in a significant amount of discomfort.

Treatment

Excision of an Epididymal Cyst

The epididymal cyst is excised from the scrotum through an incision of the scrotal skin. This is performed under a short general anaesthetic on a day surgery basis.

Meet our specialists

Mr Sam Datta a urologist in East Anglia
Mr Sam Datta

BSc MSc MD FRCS (Urol) PGCME

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Mr Zafar Maan a urologist in East Anglia
Mr Zafar Maan

BSc (Hons) MSc (Urol) MA (Clin Ed) FRCS (Urol)

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Mr Rajiv Pillai a urologist in East Anglia
Mr Rajiv Pillai

MSc MS FRCS (Urol) FEBU

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