A 38-year-old male asked:
A lower left abdominal discomfort coupled with occassional left testicle pain. what could be wrong with me?
3 doctor answers • 4 doctors weighed in
Specializes in Pediatric Urology
Possible hernia: Or a ureteral stone. Need to be seen/examined by a urologist or general surgeon. Common things commonly occur, however uncommon things are common in the people in whom they occur!
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Urology 20 years experience
Stone: This is also a classic presentation of a ureteral stone. Get checked out.
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Wound care 25 years experience
Colon? kidney Hernia: Diverticulitis commonly causes sharp left lower abdominal pain, inflammatory colitises can cause symptoms. Obstruction. Constipation. Kidney issues. Herniae? You should see a doctor if it has lasted longer than a few days or if it is severe and limiting your daily activities.. There are other causes as well and you may require a ct scan or colonoscopy to help sort them out.
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Last updated May 8, 2017
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