Epididymis is a tube located at the back of testicles that stores and carries the sperm to the vas deferens. Swelling and inflammation of epididymis is called ‘Epididymitis’. Epididymitis is very common in men aging between 14 and 35. It can also happen in men of different age groups too.
When you present yourself to your sex specialist, the first he/she would do to you is a physical examination of your testicles. An experienced sexologist can easily feel any lumps or tumors in the area. If no condition is obvious through physical examination, he/she may ask to go for certain tests.
Testicular pain may be chronic or sharp; may be felt in one or both the testicles depending on the cause. There are several reasons that can lead to pain in testicles including testicular torsion, epididymitis, orchitis, injury or trauma, inguinal hernia, growth of lumps or tumors, kidney stones etc. Even a mild testicular pain should not be ignored because sometimes, that may be indicating a severe underlying cause that needs to be treated. Ignoring testicular pain can lead to surgical intervention or removal of testicles.
Varicocelectomy is the procedure in which the bulged veins on scrotum are removed. This is done using a laparoscope (called laparoscopic varicocelectomy) or through an incision, conventional style of varicocele surgery.
Well, the doctors say that he “buckled against his partner’s perineum”. May be he was pushing it hard against his partner’s perineum? He will be right person to explain in detail we guess. Perineum is the area between the penis/vagina and the anus of a person. It has several nerve endings and stimulating the area by rubbing and massaging may make your partner feel good, sometimes even better than actual penetrative sex.