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Left Testicular Discomfort
Varicocele ( i think ) on the left side. Age 19. No noticeable discomfort . Left testicular atrophy. Palpable veins
do i need to worry? Risks?
Here are some ...: After reaching adulthood, varicocelectomy wouldn't help much rescue varicocele-related testicular atrophy. In fact, some controversy regarding varicocelectomy for varicocele-related testicular atrophy still remains. Yet, in my practice, I still favor such procedure for adolescent varicocele with testicular atrophy, say, at age 15 - 18In. Of course, seek pro-evaluation and counseling timely. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Testicular pain: This is probably the normal protective pain that nature has provided to protect the testicles from harm. ...Read more
I started with slight testicular discomfort. After passing stool, the pain escalated & is much more severe. It is centered between my thigh & scrotum?
A few things: Come to mind. When groin symptoms are related to passing stool i think of inguinal hernia or prostate irritation. However because you have a history of crohn's disease and have surgery because of it I am most concerned with symptoms coming from that. (scar tissue, fistula, abcess) first place to start is with your GI doc. If you have a fever or are having severe symptoms then go to the hospital. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Doctor diagnosis orchitis& hydrocele few weeks ago. Got better, but now I have ab/testicular discomfort w/ nausea. Should I head to ER?
Testis pain: At your age, torsion of the testicle has to be ruled. You could be having intermittent torsion. A Doppler scrotal U/S should help make the diagnosis. If you can't be seen by your doctor ASAP , go to the ER. ...Read more
Only a dull discomfort on left testicle, but no cremasteric reflex. I did it on the right, and it went up fine. Testicular torsion?
R/O EPIDIDIMYTIS : Testiciular pain demands a through evaluation. EXam/LABS/TESTICULAR US. Your symptoms are consistent with epididimytis v varicocoele v spermatocoele. Discuss with your dr. He may start empiric abs ie DOXYCYCLINE/CIPRO usually a prolonged course is needed 6-8wks. Unlikely to cause fertility issues. ...Read more
Testicular pain: Testicular cancer is seldom painful and usually presents as a firmness in the testis or an abnormal shape to the testis. Painful testes should be checked out by your family physician or a urologist for further diagnosis and treatment. Most often an infection or inflammation is present which may need treatment. ...Read more
Here are some: The pain from the testicular torsion as most extensively described in classic textbook is typically of sudden onset with rapid progression to rapid testicular / scrotal swelling in association with some ache in ipsilateral groin / lower abdomen. But, it's not uncommon to have intermittent torsion manifesting with testicular pain of a highly variable degree, duration, and interval over a long time. ...Read more
Can it be testicular torsion if it is swelling only a little and elevation does decrease discomfort?
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