White spots on the testicles are usually harmless, but they sometimes indicate a sexually transmitted infection or another health condition. They often require no treatment, but some people may wish to remove them. Here, we look at the possible causes, as well as prevention and treatment, and when to see a doctor.
A pimple can occur anywhere on the skin, including the scrotum. Scrotal skin is different to areas where people more commonly get pimples, so treatments are slightly more complicated. There are also times when what looks like a pimple may be something else that requires a visit to the doctor. Find out more here.
Lumps and swellings in the testicle are typically harmless, although some can be a sign of testicular cancer. Regular self-exams can help spot the early signs of testicular cancer. In this article, we look at how to do a self-examination, and when to see a doctor. We also cover causes, diagnosis and treatment.
A tight foreskin is common in babies and young boys, and it can last into adulthood. We take a close look at types, causes, and treatment options.
Itchy testicles can cause physical and emotional distress. In this article, learn about seven potential causes of itchy balls, and how to treat them.
New research maps hair growth patterns across the entire body, providing new insights into male pattern baldness and excessive hair growth.
A study of more than 9,000 men with fertility problems has revealed a correlation between the number of different defects in a man's semen and the likelihood that the man has other health problems.