This can cause swelling and lumpiness around the testicle.
It has been described as the scrotum feeling like a “bag of worms.” It’s usually painless, but it may cause a feeling of heaviness in the scrotum.
This fluid then travels through the urethra (yoo-REE-thruh) and out through the penis.
For more detailed information, see Testicular Cancer.
Because it’s hard to figure out the cause based on symptoms alone, it’s important to have any testicular or scrotal change checked by a health care provider.
If you notice any changes in your testicles, you should see a provider so that the cause can be found and treated, if needed.
Testicles are a part of the male reproductive system.
Epididymitis can cause: If the infection is caused by bacteria, antibiotics often will make the symptoms go away completely.
But if these problems continue after you’ve taken antibiotics, you need to go back to the health care provider.
A testicular injury can be very painful, but it does not cause cancer.