The reason that a doctor performs this examination is to check for a Varicocele. A Varicocele is a swollen varicose vein that may be in the scrotum and is usually on the left side. The physician checks for a hernia, which is when a portion of the intestine decends into the pubic area, and possibly into the testes. When you cough, your abdomen expands/contracts, therefore moving the intestine if it has descended. The doctor can feel this, and determine whether or not you have a hernia. This question has been answered by a healthcare professional, not an M.D.
The scrotum is a sack that hold the testicles. The testicles hold the sperm before ejaculation.
ugh YOU DONT! just learn to hold the cough in
You can wear a jock strap to hold a protective cup in place, if it has a pouch for it. Jock straps are also worn to hold the penis and testicles in place while you work out.
to hold the testicles and keep them at an exact temperature.
no, i don't think so
swallow hard and hold your breath when you feel a cough coming on - its very effective.
Medical doctors, or M.D., students take the USMLE exam while Osteopathic doctors, or O.D., take the COMLEX exam. Most physicians hold the Doctor of Medicine degree while osteopath doctors hold the Doctor of Osteopath Medicine degree.
A sneeze is completely involuntary and cannot be stopped. A cough reflex is also involuntary, but it is sometimes possible to "hold it in". Coughing comes from the lungs while sneezing comes from the nose.
cuz u cant hold it
Hold it and take a deep breath O:
Tea with honey or sitting with a towel over your head, hold your face over a bowl with hot steamy water. If you have a really bad cough contact your doctor.
The testicles are outside of the body because the optimal temperature for fertilization and operation is below that of standard body temperature. This is why wearing "whitey tighties" may cause sterilization (aka they hold the testicles too close to the body which is too hot).