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Will Chronic Epididymitis Get Cancerous Without Treatment for a Long Time?
Epididymitis is a common male disease and is often caused by mycoplasma, chlamydia, and other pathogens. Due to having no immediate treatment initially, inflammation of the epididymis may lead to chronic prolonged inflammation and repeated attacks. Eventually, it may lead to the formation of chronic epididymal inflammation. 

Will chronic epididymitis get cancerous without treatment for a long time?
In general, chronic epididymitis will not appear cancerization. 
First of all, chronic epididymal inflammation may be caused by pathogenic microorganisms that enter into the testicle, leading to a series of clinical symptoms, such as EScherichia coli, bacteria and fungi. In fact, the use of drugs can effectively alleviate the disease. 
Secondly, if epididymitis is not treated in time, there may be acute chronic, causing a series of clinical symptoms. But in general, it is not cancerous because the possibility of malignant epididymis is very slow. 
Furthermore, chronic epididymitis is mainly manifested as the symptom of pain and discomfort in the scrotum, which can be clearly diagnosed by color ultrasound examination. 
If the shape of the epididymis is slightly increased and the echo is not uniform, it will be considered as chronic epididymitis, which can be treated with antibiotics. During the treatment, bad habits such as smoking and drinking should be abstained. The diet should be light, eat more fresh green leafy vegetables and fruits, and eat less spicy and pungent food, such as chili and white wine. 
In conclusion, chronic epididymitis won’t get cancer without treatment for a long time.
What consequences of untreated chronic epididymitis for a long time? 
First, long-term chronic epididymitis can cause patients with scrotal root pain discomfort and other clinical symptoms. 
Second, long-term chronic epididymitis can cause epididymal dysfunction, affect the quality of sperm, and severe patients will cause asthenospermia, oligozoospermia, and so on, resulting in male infertility.  
Third, epididymitis patients can appear with inflammatory nodules. When patients have a physical examination, they can felt the hard mass, causing scrotal swelling and discomfort, and other clinical symptoms.
How is chronic epididymitis treated? 
1. Medication 
Take silicone and tetracycline antibiotics orally. These drugs can kill bacteria and other pathogens and completely clear the infections. However, the side effects of antibiotics are relatively large, and the damage to the human body is rather severe. So people should choose Chinese herbal medicine for treatment, such as Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. 
It can eliminate inflammation and help people get rid of symptoms and disease completely. And it is extracted from natural plants, has no side effects, is no harmful to human function, and can improve the immunity of the human body.
2. Surgical treatment 
Testicular excision: The purpose is to remove the part of the testicle or epididymis that has been infarcted to control to avoid further deterioration and relieve the patient's disease. 
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