What happens if a man has 3 balls?

Imaging tests were done, but no further treatment was deemed necessary, as there were no related health concerns. A third or fourth testicle may function in the same way as a normal testicle. If, however, you have been diagnosed with polyorchidism and fertility is becoming a challenge, talk to a fertility specialist.

Can a man be born with 3 balls?

The most common form is triorchidism, or tritestes, where three testicles are present. The condition is usually asymptomatic. A man who has polyorchidism is known as a polyorchid.

Why do I feel a third testicle?

A pea-sized lump: Many spermatoceles look like a small lump that sits right above or behind a testicle. Most have a shape and size similar to a pea. A large growth: Occasionally, spermatoceles can grow quite large. Some men describe a large spermatocele as looking similar to a third testicle.

Can you squeeze a Spermatocele?

It can grow to the same size as the testicle (testis) . It has a smooth surface and the consistency is described as fluctuant. This means you can squelch it between your fingers like a tiny water-filled balloon as opposed to the hard resistance you feel when squeezing a marble.

Can a spermatocele go away?

Although your spermatocele probably won’t go away on its own, most spermatoceles don’t need treatment. They generally don’t cause pain or complications. If yours is painful, your doctor might recommend over-the-counter pain medications, such as acetaminophen (Tylenol, others) or ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin IB, others).

Can you live with a spermatocele?

Although your spermatocele probably won’t go away on its own, most spermatoceles don’t need treatment. They generally don’t cause pain or complications.

Is spermatocele curable?

Oral pain or anti-swelling drugs may be used to ease pain caused by spermatoceles. No other type of medical therapy is needed. There is no drug to cure or prevent spermatoceles.