Cherry Hill, NJ
A 21-year-old male asked:

Muscle strain pain between base of penis and left leg. dull ache in left testicle, testicular ultrasound showed minor hydrocele what's the cause?

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Dr. John Mahoney
40 years experience
Adductor muscle pull: The hydrocele is almost always left sided and insignificant.
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