Medical Conditions Related to Testicles
Studies have indicated that in around 30 percent of the cases, mumps has resulted in infertility among males but these males are in the post-pubertal phase of their lives. Mumps in men can be a major trouble in the young age because reproductive system may get severely affected.
Congenital bilateral absence of vas deferens is a condition linked to the male reproductive system. Know the causes and the symptoms of congenital bilateral absence of vas deferens along with the treatment options.
The frontline treatment for bacterial Epididymitis is antibiotics. If the recovery is not adequate then the antibiotics might be changed. Treatment may not be required for young boys who have not attained puberty as this condition is quite common and heals on its own.
Prognosis of Hematospermia or blood in semen/sperms is dependent on the cause although majority of cases resolves on its own without any specific treatment. Treatment is indicated if it persists for over a month and is showing no signs of decreasing.
When the Orchitis is caused due to bacterial infection like chlamydia or gonorrhea then it is called Bacterial Orchitis and if the Orchitis is caused due to mumps virus then it is called Viral Orchitis. In some cases the cause of Orchitis is not known and hence it is called as Idiopathic Orchitis. Know the causes, symptoms, treatment, complication and prevention of Orchitis. (Bacterial & Viral)
Seminal vesiculitis commonly occurs secondary to prostatitis; however, it can occur independently too. Prompt treatment of prostatitis should be done in order to prevent the progression of prostatitis into seminal vesiculitis. Know the classification, types, causes, signs, symptoms, and treatment of seminal vesiculitis.
If an individual has a Spermatocele then over the counter pain killers like Tylenol or ibuprofen might be helpful. Spermatocelectomy is the surgery for spermatocele. It can also be treated naturally by adopting a balanced diet which does not have high fat content in it.
In majority of the cases, Testicular Atrophy is not reversible and the testicle remains shrunken permanently but if detected early enough then are some chances of partial recovery from testicular atrophy and further damage to the testicle can also be prevented.
Testicular Cancer is a cancer of the testicles. Testicular Cancer is perfectly treatable even if it has spread beyond the testicle. Depending on the type and stage of the cancer, treatments may be formulated for optimal results. The best time for treating Testicular Cancer is when it is diagnosed in its initial stages. Know the causes, symptoms, treatment and survival rate of testicular cancer.