Epididmis Cyst

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What is Epididmis Cyst  ?

1.An epididymal cyst is a smooth, fluid-filled lump found on the testicles. Although some men may worry that they are a sign of cancer or another serious problem, epididymal cysts are in fact benign and thus not a health risk.The cysts form when fluid builds up in a tube behind the testicles called the epididymis, which stores and transports sperm. It is possible to have more than one cyst at a time and they can appear on both testicles. Up to a third of men are affected by this condition and the cysts can develop at any time in life, although it is most likely to occur in those who are middle-aged. Epididymal cysts can be very small, but some can grow to the same size as a testicle or even as large as a grapefruit! There are normally no symptoms unless a cyst becomes infected, in which case it may drain fluid and become painful or swollen. Larger epididymal cysts can cause some discomfort, which is usually the reason why some men opt to have them removed. This procedure involves a simple operation to cut the cyst out of the epididymis. However, if a cyst is not infected and does not cause any pain or discomfor.

Symptoms of epididymal cysts.

Epididymal cysts usually appear as painless lumps near to your testicle. They are usually easy to separate from your testicle on self-examination. As the cysts grow in size, your testicle may start to ache and you may have some pain and discomfort.These symptoms may be caused by problems other than epididymal cysts, but if you have them, see your GP for advice.

Causes of epididymal cysts.

The exact reasons why you may develop epididymal cysts aren’t fully understood at present. There is currently no evidence to suggest that having epididymal cysts reduces your fertility, or that they can turn into cancer.

Diagnosis of epididymal cysts.

Your GP will ask about your symptoms and examine you. He or she may also ask you about your medical history.Your GP will shine a light underneath your scrotum (called transillumination). This allows your GP to distinguish solid matter from liquid, which is helpful to check for epididymal cysts. If he or she finds any cysts and they are clearly separate from your testicle, this means they are harmless.If your GP can’t feel the cyst separate from your testicle, or the cysts are causing you pain and discomfort, you will be referred to a urologist (a doctor who specialises in identifying and treating conditions that affect the urinary system)

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You will usually only need treatment if the epididymal cysts cause you pain and discomfort. The most common method of treating epididymal cysts is to surgically remove them. The operation is usually done under general anaesthesia, which means you will be asleep during the procedure. Alternatively, you may be able to have local anaesthesia and sedation. This completely blocks pain in your scrotum and you will stay awake during the operation.

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