As men grow older they will discover and experience testicular problems and when common testicular problems go untreated, it can lead to a variety of other problems, including sterilization and impotence.
Testicular problems should be treated by a doctor at the first sign of a problem to insure the best possible care and treatment to help prevent any long term damage or issues but for a more detailed and thorough consultation, diagnosis and treatment a urologist specialising in testicular problems is usually called upon, and our team at Somerset Urology have qualified specialists to do just that.
An orchidopexy is a type of surgery carried out where a testicle or testicles have failed to descend into the scrotum (or ball bag).
There are several types of testicular pain – not all of them serious or dangerous, and some are fairly common. For more information click below.
There are several types of testicular pain – not all of them serious or dangerous, and some are fairly common. Any pain or discomfort in a testicle is …
Not every lump in the scrotum is testicular cancer – in fact other causes are more likely. Cancer Research UK estimates that less than four in every 100 …
A vasectomy is a surgical procedure to stop the transfer of sperm during ejaculation. As a method of contraception it is simple, reliable and more than …
The testicle is surrounded by two layers of membrane called the tunica vaginalis. This usually has a thin film of fluid between the membrane layers …
Circumcision is the surgical removal of the foreskin, which is the fold of skin covering the delicate end of the penis.
When a man has difficulty getting or maintaining an erection long enough for satisfactory sexual activity, this is impotence or erectile dysfunction …