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A 18-year-old male asked:

I am experiencing groin pain, genital pain, testicular pain (quality: persistent discomfort) and genital lump (penis or scrotum) (quality: in the scrotum or testicles) . the following also describe me: scrotum discomfort and scrotal mass. what should i

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Dr. Ira Friedlander
Cardiac Electrophysiology 44 years experience
There are a number: of different potential issues that could produce your symptoms. Some of them could be very serious. You need to be seen by a health care professional and evaluated and examined to find out for sure what is going on and to give you the correct treatment. Make an appointment today.
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Dr. Dylan Mezey
Emergency Medicine 11 years experience
Go to doctor : Any significant pain in your scrotum requires an emergent ultrasound. Especially if the pain is unilateral and severe. You want to make sure you have good blood flow to your testicles. Testicular Torsion is an emergency and would require prompt surgery to save the testicle. Usually this pain is very severe. Other causes of less painful and more aching type of pain are infectious from STD or UTI.
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