Spermatoceles are otherwise called spermatic sores. They are liquid filled masses and they are near to the gonads. They are not malignant. These blisters are found close to the top and behind the gonad, however are separate from the gonad. They can be smooth, loaded with a whitish liquid, and regularly hold sperm. Their size can change. In the event that their size turns become troublesome or causes torment, then there is a need of the treatment. The male reproductive system is responsible for development, production and distribution of sperm.