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When i touch the bottom of my left testicle i experience a bit of pain there and into my pelvis, it doesnt hurt when im sexual active however?

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Dr. David Hall
Specializes in Urology
Orchitis: Sounds like you may possibly have inflammation in the testicle or the epididymis (small structure behind the testicle where sperm matures). If mild and intermittent, try scrotal support and NSAIDs like Motrin. If worsening, may want to get urine check, scrotal US and exam.
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