A swollen vas deferens could be a sign of an underlying medical condition. Prostatitis, or a bacterial infection could be the problem.
It could be a boil, a cyst, or possibly cancer.
it may still be a little swollen, however you may be allergic to them, if it becomes more painful and does not reduce i suggest you go to your local gp to get it checked out. :)
The answer is yes, any lymph nodes can get swollen. This most likely is a minor infection, but if the area get swollen and terribly painful, consult your doctor!
a localized physical condition in which part of the body becomes reddened, swollen, hot, and often painful, especially as a reaction to injury or infection.
Joints that are sore, painful and swollen.
Take it to the vet.
If a lymph node becomes very swollen and painful, the family doctor may decide to drain it.
You can tell if an infection is starting to get bad if an area becomes red, or swollen and painful. Get to a doctor right away if you get a fever and you don't have the flu.
The appearance of painful and swollen lymph nodes is another reason for consulting a doctor.
This may be a swollen lymph node indicating infection.
Glands that are swollen and painful typically signify an infection of some kind. Glands can also become swollen due to excess caffeine consumption. Either way, it is best to have a doctor evaluate the symptoms to find out the correct diagnosis.
Sounds like a swollen lymph node, are you, or have you been sick recently? It is probably nothing to worry about unless it becomes very hard or painful.
The fertilized ovule becomes the seed and its opposite swollen ovule becomes the fruit
You definitely could have painful swollen veins in your arm after having your blood drawn many times. This happens frequently.
You can relieve painful and swollen lymph nodes by treating the cause of the infection. In some cases you will need an antibiotic medication. Check with your doctor to find the cause of the pain and swelling.
swollen lymph node due to infection, usually in the head region.
A suddenly swollen tongue can be caused by an allergic reaction. A chronically swollen tongue -- in other words, the tongue becomes swollen over time and remains swollen -- can be an indication of hypothyroidism.
broken or sprained arm
it could be an infection you should see a doctor.
swollen just above elbow and painful. developed overnight
fever, severe headache, nausea, and vomiting. As the tissue covering the brain and spinal cord (the meninges) becomes infected and swollen, the patient will develop a stiff and painful neck.
Swollen anal blood vesselsSwollen blood vessels in and around the anus that cause itching, pain, and sometimes bleeding. From the AHDhemorrhoidSYLLABICATION: hem�or�rhoidPRONUNCIATION: HEM-eh-roidNOUN: 1. An itching or painful mass of dilated veins in swollen anal tissue. 2. hemorrhoids The pathological condition in which such painful masses occur. Also called piles.They are painful, swollen veins in the rectum or anus.