Men's egg pain is actually a term for testicular disease. Egg pain and calm are also popular terms on the Internet, but can real egg pain calm down? Now let me introduce to you what kinds of testicular diseases are there when you lay eggs?
Testicular diseases are classified as follows:
Testicular swelling, pain, fever, sometimes accompanied by chills. Patients with orchitis should be treated as soon as possible to avoid "egg pain".
2、 Testicular hypoplasia
This disease can be caused by the torsion of spermatic cord during the embryonic period due to blood supply disturbance or testicular descent. Cryptorchidism, sexual infantility and hypopituitarism are also common causes of this disease. Patients with unilateral testicular hypoplasia need not be treated because of the compensatory hyperplasia of the opposite testicle, while patients with cryptorchidism should be treated with surgery as soon as possible.
3、 Testicular hyperplasia
Testicular hyperplasia refers to the testicle is larger than normal, but its hardness and local anatomical relationship are normal. It is often seen in the opposite testicular compensatory hyperplasia when one testicle is absent or underdeveloped. Generally, no special treatment is required.
4、 Ectopic testis
When the testis descends from the inguinal canal, it may not fall into the normal position in the scrotum, which leads to ectopic testis. Ectopic testis is rare, and its clinical significance and treatment principle are generally the same as cryptorchidism. If the diagnosis is clear, surgical treatment should generally be considered, because androgen treatment is generally ineffective. Testicular fixation as early as possible before puberty can usually restore testicular function to normal.
Under normal circumstances, the testis will fall into the scrotum at the later stage of the fetal development in the genital tract. However, about 3% of full-term boys and 30% of premature boys have cryptorchidism (undescended testicles). Most of these infants' testicles can fall into the scrotum within a few months after birth, but about 0.8% of boys' testicles still do not fall into the scrotum one year after birth, thus forming cryptorchidism.
The andrology doctor reminded that all male friends have online terms such as egg pain in their mouths. If the real egg pain, you should go to the hospital for examination in time, otherwise you can't calm down.
(Intern editor: Chen Hao)