Varicocele is a medical word used to describe the swelling of the veins that occurs in the scrotum ball sack of some males. A varicocele is the swelling of the veins in the scrotum. A part of your body called the spermatic cord provides a connection to your testicles balls , and has arteries, tubes, veins, and nerves in it. Normally, the veins keep the blood flowing from the body to the heart, and the valves keep the blood flowing in the right direction.
In some cases the penis becomes partly erect but not hard enough to have sex properly. In other cases, there is no swelling or fullness of the penis at all. Both can have a significant effect on your sex life. ED is sometimes called impotence. ED is usually treatable, most commonly by a tablet taken before sex.
Sebaceous Hyperplasia Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments
Sebaceous hyperplasia is a very common condition that causes small bumps on the skin. The bumps are most often skin-colored, but can also take on a white to slightly yellow tint. They range in size from 1 or 2 millimeters to several millimeters in size. The surface of the bumps can be smooth, or slightly uneven and coarse. We have tiny glands underneath the surface of the skin called sebaceous glands.
Penile emergencies are rare but when they do occur, prompt diagnosis and treatment are warranted. Emergent conditions of the male genitalia are mainly traumatic, vascular or infectious. Penile emergencies are usually caused by trauma to the penis, during sexual intercourse or manipulation of an erect penis during masturbation. One of the traumatic vascular penile emergencies is superficial penile dorsal vein rupture.