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Pain In Left Testicle And Lower Abdomen
Hi doctor... For the past few days I'm having pain in left testicle and lower abdomen.... But I masturbate daily once... Is there any problem with me... P?
Go see your doc: Any pain in the testicle could be harmful in a young male. Go get examined by your doctor. ...Read more
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
See a urologist: Could be intermittent testis torsion, or congestion of testicular blood vessels. ...Read more
I have slight pain in left testicle and lower left abdomen. Had a vasectomy on 20/07/2017. The pain started after being on a pedal cycle?
Vasectomy pain: Check with your vasectomy Dr. Likely just trauma to testis. ...Read more
Testis torsion: Could account for these symptoms. It would likely be due to intermittent ttestis torsion if you can reproduce the pain by twisting the testis counterclockwise inside the scrotum. ...Read more
My partner is experiencing pain in his left lower abdomen which radiates down into his testicles & feels like he's been kicked in the balls. Causes?
Inflammation of his : This most commonly is associated with an inflammation of his epididymis (epididymitis). Of course, he needs to see his physician in order to rule out an inguinal hernia, testicular mass, torsion of his testicle (a twisting of the testicle from trauma), or lymph node enlargement. Always consult your physician regarding verification of any health issues, disease, nutrition and mental wellness. ...Read more
There is a dull pain in my lower abdomen and in my left testicles which gradually decreases when I try to let out the gas formed in the body.
Pain in lower abdomen and left testicle with rapid scrotum expansion and contractions, can it be something serious?
Yes: You need to see your doctor. Young folks your age can get testicular cancer, especially if the problem persists. However, can also be a hernia or something else benign. If gets better after pushing contents back in, it could be a hernia. Still need a doc to examine it. Could also be a cyst. ...Read more
Veins in left testicle pronounced with occasional lower abdomen pain. Can a Varicocele cause prostatitis?
Testicular pain. Left testicle. Sharp pain moving from testicle to lower abdomen. In one specific spot. What should I do. Acute pain Sudden no history?
Here are some...: The described scenario in a 17-y-o man should alert all people and professional minds to consider the occurrence of intermittent testicular torsion before considering other possibilities. To get these things done right, follow instructions described in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. So, seek emergent attention right at such recurrence; don't wait. ...Read more
Here are some...: This painful combination could result from disorders of testes per se or disorders of local muscles, joints, or nerves. But, clinically, without further detail in history + timely physical exam, it is hard to tell what the cause may be. To sort these out correctly for good care, follow instruction in articles listed in http://www.formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html. More? Contact me for clarifying. ...Read more
Consult urologist: Requires detailed history, urinalysis & physical examination, possibly an ultrasound examination. ...Read more
I have slight discomforr in testicles and sometimes lower abdomen that started yesterday when I woke up. The discomfort is on and off. What could it b?
You need further: Evaluation. Testis could be to intermittent torsion, twisting causing ischemia, lack of blood flow intermittently. If no masses, that's a good sign; lower abdominal pain could be gas; yet,.a gastroenterologist may want to do a colonoscopy. An inguinal hernia cannot be ruled out either, a gen. Surgeon evaluation ...Read more
I have unexplained discomfort in lower abdomen and right testicle during and after ejaculation. What can be causing it?
Infection: It sounds like you may have epididymitis and/or prostatitis. The first is an infection in the epididymus (the part of the testicle that holds sperm) and the second is an infection in the prostate. This is basically the male version of an uti, which is much less common in men than women. This is definitely worth a visit to the doc for proper treatment if it doesn't go away on its own soon. ...Read more
I'm 21, male, I'm 6 ft tall, and weigh 195 lbs. having moderate to sever sharp pains in lower abdomen and testicle region a couple times/week, Cause?
My husband 33yrs,testicles hurt badly last night, from this morning feeling pain in lower abdomen & can't sit properly. What should we do to reduce pain
I am 31 yrs married man, i have pain in my right testicles when I am sitting only . And little pain in my lower abdomen also, but no sign of swalloi?
Get examined: Unfortunately, amongst other things like infection, testicular cancer is a possibility. Recommend seeing a physician for an examination and possibly an ultrasound. ...Read more
While liftting my right testicle got up in area of lower abdomen-for first time. But now when I masturbate or have orgasim always the testicle goes up!
Anatomy: I do not really understand the phrase "lifting up my testicle for the first time' coming from a 20-year-old man. But, there is nothing in your question that implies or represents any medical condition. The scrotum raises and lowers for a number of reasons such as sexual stimulation, room and/or body temperature, etc. ...Read more
Hello, I am a 31-year-old male. When lifting heavy or awkward things I feel pain and pulling on my lower abdomen and testicles. Also, had a small bump?
Hernia: You may be describing a hernia, which is a weakness in the abdominal muscles where they intersect in the groin to form a roof over the inguinal sac where the testicles are encased. Sometimes a disruption of the muscle allows a small amount of bowel to slip through causing a hernia, which presents as a small bump, which protrudes during lifting or exercise. Seek medical attention to diagnose this ...Read more
I started to feel pain in my lower abdomen area that transfered to my testicles. Pain in abdomen stoped but in testicles didn't. No hernia I checked?
Here are some...: For one at 21, on has to assure no STD-related epididymitis or even intermittent testicular torsion or hernia or ... How to sort these out correctly? Follow suggestion in articles listed in How to Handle Sickness in http://formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html. Thereby you surely gain insight on how to work well with the doctor for right diagnosis and care. Do not try to wait it out. The Best wish to... ...Read more
Pain in right lower abdomen, not sharp pain, but it is paining whole day, pain increases while walking or while touching right Testicle.?
Urologist or surgeon:
Pain in the lower abdomen, which increases on activity or touching the testicle, could be due to an inflammation of the sperm ducts (epididymitis) or an inguinal (groin) hernia, among other things. They should be treated. Start by consulting a urologist or general surgeon.
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Go for orchiopexy? I'm 21. I lost my right testicle 7 yrs ago. I'm not sure whether it is torsion. I experience sharp pains on right lower abdomen
Find out why!: If your right testicle was removed for torsion you should definitely undergo a left sided orchiopexy (securing of testicle). Testicular torsion is often the result of an anatomic abnormality, which effects both sides therefore the left side is at risk for a torsion. If testicle was removed for another reason, the left testicle is probably normal find out why you had your testicle removed. ...Read more
Have dull pain in right testicle & dull pain or tightness in area from testicle to lower abdomen area. Have had this for roughly 2 wks and never had?
Is R testicle harder: If right testicle feels rock hard relative to left one or is tender when you pal pâté it, you need to see a doctor. Could be anything from infection, inflammation, cancer, or just a cyst or muscle ache after working out (the latter wouldn't last 2 weeks, however). As this is persistent, you need to get a physical exam. If it already got better on its own and you are back to normal, you are ok ...Read more