Testicular swelling, also known as testicular hydrocele, is a common medical condition where one or both of the testicles become enlarged and swollen. This condition is often caused by a build-up of fluid in the scrotum which can cause the testicles to swell and become tender. Other potential causes of testicular swelling include infections, injury, hydroceles, varicoceles, and tumors. Treatment for testicular swelling will depend on the underlying cause. In some cases, the swelling will go away with rest and over-the-counter medications, while in other cases, more aggressive treatments such as surgery may be necessary.
Urethral strictures are a condition that affects the urinary tract where the urethra narrows, making it difficult to pass urine. This can result in frequent urination, along with other symptoms such as a weak urine stream or frequent urinary tract infections. Treatment options include dilation, urethrotomy, and stenting, depending on the severity of the stricture. It is important to seek medical attention if you are experiencing any of the symptoms of urethral strictures.