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My Testicles Ache After Erections Sometimes
The testicles are the two oval male gonads, or reproductive glands, located in the scrotum. The seminiferous tubules of the testis are the site of spermatogenesis and its leydig cells secrete testosterone. The term testicles is synonymous with testes or gonads. The singular form is ...Read more
Lump on right testicle doctor said not to worry now lump moved to bottom of testicle and with weak erection it aches help!
My testicles ache and my erections are not as frequent or as strong as they usually are. What could that be? I also feel a slight ache in my lower stomach and it shoots down my leg as well.
If : If you have testicle pain and pain that shoots down your legs, you may have a problem with your low back/spine. If you have a pinched nerve, it could cause pain in the testicles. It could also cause you to have shooting pains down the legs. Other possibilities are prostate infection or pelvic muscle spasm. You should get in to see your doctor. ...Read more
Left testicle ache, on and off daily, somewhat correlated with cremaster reflex like bowel movement or erection, sometimes sitting, i'm 34.?
Doctor can evaluate: Testicles should not ache for no reason, so a primary care doctor can check, and refer to a urologist and send for a testicular ultrasound scan if needed. Testicle area aches and pains can be due to too much motion during sports (lack of a jock strap), an inguinal hernia, prolonged erections, trauma (getting hit/kicked), torsion (an emergency), certain infections, testicular cancer, etc... ...Read more
Sometimes when I walk my right testicle will ache iv'e had 3 negative ultrasounds this only happens sometimes and it only happens walking. Am i okay?
Here are some...: At 19, any recurrent testicular pain with a highly variable onset, degree, duration, interval, evolution, resolution, and recurrence should lead a professional mind to consider the odd of experiencing recurrent testicular torsion (twisting). But your physically related only symptoms would urge one to make sure of no musculoskeletal causes. Ultrasound is usually useless if not done at right time. ...Read more
Physical stress: Erections, arousal and sexual activity are accompanied by increased muscular tone and states of increased muscle and fascial tension. It is also a time for greatly enhanced blood flow to the pelvic area. For some men, this can cause some tenderness and sensitivity of the testicles. It usually resolves in a matter of hours. If not, then seek medical attention. ...Read more
Here are some ...: The causes for orchialgia may include, not limited: Any inflammation / infection - bacterial UTI- or STD-related urethritis or expected after surgery of testis or nearby tissues like after vasectomy, hydrocelectomy, spermatocelectomy; infected cyst; spontaneous hemorrhage; referring pain from neuralgia/radiculopathy of ilioinguinal / iliohypogastric nerves; .... More? Ask Doc timely. ...Read more
Need more info ...: Without detailed specifics of ache and swelling of either in the sac or indeed testicles (inside the sac) + findings of physical exam + testing like ultrasound as needed, it would be hard to tell what you concerned may be. How to unveil the myth behind the concerns correctly? Follow instructions in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html; then you can work closely with doc for right diagnosis/ Rx ...Read more
On my left testicle it feels like its worms in it, and its sore then. But it isnt there always, only sometimes. What could it be?
Varicocele: Varicoceles occur on the left due to higher pressure in the left testicular vein (lgv in pic), transmitted via the left renal vein (lrv in pic). The main problem this causes is loss of testicular temperature regulation. Correction is surgical, but not always necessary. Indications for surgery including pain, fertility problems and loss of testicular volume. ...Read more