A 24-year-old male asked:

Pain in right leg abdomen and right testicle. doc said prob groin strain as felt around testicles but i seem to have less semen during ejaculation? y?

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Dr. Richard David
Urology 38 years experience
May be prostatitis: Abdominal groin the thigh pain going into testicle may also be prostatitis. If it doesn't go away with rest and antiinflammatories go to a urologist to be checked.
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A 18-year-old male asked:
Hi, I was hit in the groin area during a football game (prior week), although not to hard. During ejaculation I have slight pain in left testicle.
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L always find strain in the lower vain connected to the right testicle after releasing semen but do not experience any pain during urination?
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What is the question: If you want to see what the cause of this is or check on possible relief, suggest you see a urologist.
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Last updated May 17, 2016

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