Is an abnormal sac (cyst) that develops in the epididymis — the small, coiled tube located on the upper testicle that collects and transports sperm. Noncancerous and generally painless, a spermatocele usually is filled with milky or clear fluid that might contain sperm.
Pain or discomfort in the affected testicle
A feeling of heaviness in the testicle with the spermatocele
A mass, or fullness, behind and above the testicle
Complete blood count (CBC)
Stool analys - Protozoans and Helminths (microscopy)