A 24-year-old male asked:
I have had testicular pain for 5 years now. it's typically a 4 but spikes up to a 9. have ruled out torsion and any infection. i have had may ultasounds with no resolution. nobody can explain it. this current spike came with unusually saggy scrotum.
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Clinical Psychology 42 years experience
Testicular pain: Please ask your docs about Kegal exercises for men. Do you ride a bike or wear boxer shorts? There may be lifestyle choices that strain the area. Are you especially anxious/tense in body? Therapeutic massage (not of genitals but entire body otherwise) may also help. Nerve damage? See urologist or neurologist. Peace and good health.
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Last updated Apr 15, 2018
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