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my 10 year old son was hit in his right testicle last week and he is swollen and red and sore when walking?

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Dr. Oscar Novick
Pediatrics 58 years experience
Testicle trauma: He should be evaluated with an ultrasound to make sure that he does not have a torsion of the testicle. Otherwise cold compresses might help to reduce the swelling and pain an athletic supporter might also be helpful.
Dr. Richard Sarle
Urology 22 years experience
Testes Injury: Your son needs to see a doctor and get a scrotal ultrasound to check for possible testes injury. I advise this now.

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See below: The lump can be do to the trauma that caused the bruise. I would not be concerned, unless your son starts developing bruises without trauma.

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