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Testicular swelling and pain is a common clinical sign and symptom, which is common in the following causes:
1. Varicocele: Varicocele is more common in middle-aged men and elderly men. The testicular vein is tortuous and dilated, and there will be a feeling of falling and swelling when it sags under the action of gravity, which will be alleviated by lying down.
2, epididymitis: namely epididymis or spermary have inflammation, cause ache and red, swollen, hot, painful clinical expression;
3. Testicular torsion: Testicular torsion is often very insidious. For young or adolescent patients with testicular swelling and pain, testicular torsion should be considered first. At this time, color Doppler ultrasound examination and physical examination are needed. Testicular torsion requires manual reduction, and the pain symptoms are relieved immediately after reduction.
Patients with testicular swelling and pain must seek medical treatment in time and do not blindly take antibiotics orally at home. Misdiagnosis of testicular torsion as orchitis can cause serious consequences. Testicular necrosis requires orchiectomy. If early medical treatment, manual reduction or surgical fixation can be carried out, which can achieve very good therapeutic effect.