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    Swollen Pestis without pain
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    An_253443 posted:
    After doing elleptical and treadmill exercise I have my right testis swollen. I got ultrasound done and have cyst on the head. But the report also indicates "traces of hydrocele fluid".

    Please advise. I can see my size has gone slightly bigger. But there is no pain.

    Also since my other half lives in the other countries I have sex after 2-3 months. I do not believe in masterbation. Pl. advise if this is good or bad.

    Thx..

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    sluggo45692 responded:
    Check here on WebMD. They have a couple of good articles on the subject of hydrocele cyst. Sex & STD's have nothing to do with it. If you had an ultra sound done, then the doctor should have been able to answer your questions. As for self pleasure, each person has to make the choice for themselves. Good Luck


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