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Fluid collecting in left side of scrotum

I am a 61 year old male.  Currently I am on 40mg of Lisinopril per day (20mg morning & 20 mg evening) this was prescribed by a Nephrologist for "leaking kidneys". non visible blood and protein. My blood pressure has always been fine.  within the last 6 months I have noticed the left side of my scrotum is collecting a fluid that is making this condition quite obvious.  It is only noticeable on the left side, the right side is normal.  I do not have any pain at all in that area.  I have not talked to a doctor about this issue yet. What in the world would be causing this situation?
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