Testes clinic

Many patients who attend this clinic will be told that there’s nothing wrong; in fact, many scrotal lumps do not require treatment of any kind. If however assessment indicates that further diagnosis or treatment is required, you can access these services privately at Spire Murrayfield Hospital simply and quickly.

Your symptoms

If you find anything unusual or have any concerns regarding your testicular health you should consult your GP in the first instance to find out more information. Typical symptoms include:

  • scrotal swelling
  • testicular pain
  • testicular lumps

In these instances, report anything that looks or feels different to your GP as soon as possible. If they decide that you should be referred for further investigation to a specialist, whether you have private medical insurance or if you wish to self-fund, you can choose to be referred privately to the one stop testes clinic at Spire Murrayfield Hospital in Edinburgh.
All men attending our testes clinic must have a referral letter from their GP.

Our clinic

This clinic is run by Consultant Urologist Mr Roland Donat and Consultant Radiologist Dr Jones. Our clinic offers you diagnosis of testicular lumps and abnormalities. Prompt diagnosis means the best possible approach to treatment can be identified, planned and actioned quickly, should it be required.

During your appointment you will see the consultant urologist who will take a full medical history and carry out a physicaly exam. If it is necessary for you to see a specialist radiologist, this will be arranged immediately. Should further diagnostic assessment, blood or urine tests be required, our on-site diagnostic facilities and pathology laboratory mean we can refer you and return your results quickly.

Your journey

During your appointment with the Consultant Radiologist you will undergo an ultrasound scan; this will take about ten minutes. The radiologist will interpret your scan and give you your results, which can then be discussed with your urologist. Your urologist may re-examine you if he thinks it necessary, deliver an assessment of the findings from your scan and provide a diagnosis. He will also detail steps of treatments to be undertaken, if required.