Lump vas deferens

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I have a lump on my upper Vas Deferens, I thought maybe it might have been an enlarged lymph node. The only way I discovered it was that it woke me up from a sound sleep with severe pain. I started to feel just above my groin area where the pain was and felt the lump.
I have recently noticed my boyfriend seems to have a small lump on what seems to be the Vas Deferens. He isnt someone who will easily go to the doctors and doesnt think it could be anything, he assumes im over reacting. I worry that it could be something major. I found the lump by pushing upward on his right testicle it appeared on the upper back part of the testicle. It is very small and just seems outta place and I havent noticed it before.
I would say that both vas deferensi are just swollen. They seem to have large diameters. The left vas deferens looks crumpled up/ squiggly. The left vas deferens is more swollen.
I'm a 52 yr old male, had vasectomy about 2.75 yr's ago and one of my vas deferens is attached to my scrotum wall, at the same site where my Dr. had performed the vasectomy procedure. I had somewhat of a tough time after my surgery with lumps in my scrotum. One of the lumps seemed to be getting big and moving up the scrotum wall towards the base of my penis.
one year after vasectomy I have an enlarging lump on right vas deferens This discussion is related to <a href='/posts/show/226342'>Post Vasectomy Lump</a>.
I've noticed that once every few days I get a swollen vas deferens on my right testical - usually after ejaculation. In an hour or two, this will subside, however I then am left with a sore right testical. In a few hours, this also subsides. I'm not sure what to make of it all. Should I be worried? Additional possibly relevant information - I had a hemmeroid a few months ago, which, when treated, went away.
post vasectomy lump on right vas deferens
While I was trying to do that, I experienced a sudden sharp pain in what appears to be my right vas deferens (I'm not really sure, it's just based from internet image search). From then on until now, the pain has been re-occuring once in awhile and the level of pain varies but it's in the same position (right side). By the way, I don't think I feel any lump or pain when I try to touch it. Do you have any idea what could be causing this and how could I treat it? Thanks a lot.
This morning he woke up and had a large lump near his vas deferens and then later in the day another on the other side. He has had lots of pain. He doesnt have any bruising or fever, and he isnt visibly swollen.... just lots of pain and large lumps! He is about to have a nervous break down, mainly because he did this to himself, in hopes it would improve our sex life.... and now feels like he will never have sex again!!! OMG!!
It is a narrow, tightly-coiled tube connecting the efferent ducts from the rear of each testicle to its vas deferens. The epididymis can be divided into three main regions, the head (caput), body (corpus) and tail (cauda). Sperm formed in the testis enter the caput epididymis, progress to the corpus, and finally reach the cauda region, where they are stored. Sperm entering the caput epididymis are incomplete - they lack the ability to swim forward (motility) and to fertilize an egg.
It is above the testicle and like the vas deferens has swollen to about 1/4 centimeter thick. it can vary sometimes and sometimes it might be like stringy. When it is thick, measuring from the top of the testicle to the top of the mass is about 1 inch or so. It has always been painless every since i got it and i dont know what to do...
Infection Redness and pus from the healing site opening (1/100). Epididymitis Tender swelling of the epididymis, the tube connecting the vas deferens and the testes (1/100). Sperm granuloma A small, potentially uncomfortable, bead-like structure made of leaked sperm that may develop at the site where the tube was cut and blocked (1/500). Post Vasectomy Pain Syndrome A very rare complication of a persisting dull ache in the testicle where the inflammation does not settle down.
Look just had a quick at side effects and found this,There is a tiny chance of developing sperm granuloma -- a hard, sometimes painful pea-sized lump due to the sperm leaking out from the open-ended vas deferens. The lump is not dangerous, rarely symptomatic and is almost always resolved by the body in time. Hope this helps.
Is i.st the Vas deferens / spermatic cord??
Im 15 and a soccer player, i have a lump on the left vas deferens, and its about the size of a golf ball. its been there for like at least a year or two with no changes. No family history of cancers. i ejaculate offtenly, at least once a day.
I am pretty much back to normal except that I have a large hard lump over my right testicle. It kind feels like the vas deferens may be swollen on that side. I have three questions. First, when the vas deferense is cut and cauterized, are both the sides of the separation cauterized? Second, is it possible that the vas deferense below the separation has become clogged and that is causing the swolling? Lastly, is this something I should visit the doctor about?
Dave ==================================================== Dear Dave, The vas deferens does not join the testicle. Rather, sperm leave the tubing of the testicle and travel through the epidydimis before entering the vas deferens. The epidydimis is a structure that is normally attached along the back side of the testicle. Nodules in the epidydimis are almost always benign (not cancer). One possibility is an epidydimal cyst. This fluid filled structure does not go away on its own.
That's where the vas deferens coils up on top of the testicle. It's where sperm cells are stored while they mature. You should feel one on each side. If you search "epididymis" on the internet you'll find drawings that show you. If the lump is hard, it could be something else that needs to be checked by your doctor.
It is connected to the epididymis which is located on top of the testis (superiorly). The epididymis then runs posteriorly to form the vas deferens. The vas deferens then runs through the spermatic cord. Also contained in the cord is the neurovascular supply to the testis. the spermatic cord is covered with connective tissue and muscle. This is called the cremasteric muscle. When the muscle contracts, the testis will be pulled higher into the scrotum.
And then noticing a large vein. I think it's my right vas deferens and I'm not sure, but I was worried because it might be some kind of fatal disease and as a 15 year old boy, I can't tell my parents. I'm getting a physical in a couple of weeks. ( I've also had oral sex with another girl a year back. ) could that have anything to do with this? Help please.
I'm not sure if its enlarged or normal but the vas deferens with other veins, are enlarged and i can feel them. On my right teste there is a lump. And, I have a enlarged/swollen lymph node above crotch area, side of neck, and behind ear. What could be the problem? Also, what is considered an enlarged lymph node? Very scared, please help.
I confess that I was more active than prescribed on days 3 and 4 post procedure and experienced some scrotal swelling and a heaviness of the testes on days 4-7. My question is in regards to the severed ends of each vas deferens. I confess that I failed to ask the amount of vas that was removed and what type of suture my Urologist used.
Also** Relative to me, there seems to be 1 lump on the front/top of each of my testicles (infront of where the vas deferens connects to the testicle), as well as a squishy mass behinde it on each testicle... is this the epididymis of each testicle or is it an irregularity?
Spermatic cord is a cordlike structure, consisting of the vas deferens and its accompanying arteries, veins, nerves, and lymphatic vessels, that passes from the abdominal cavity through the inguinal canal down into the scrotum to the back of the testicle. Coiling of spermatic cord leads to retraction of testicles which can occur due to testicular torsion or inguinal hernia. So, it is important to find out the cause for spermatic cord coiling and appropriate treatment for the same.
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