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I am experiencing testicular pain (quality: persistent discomfort) . The following also describe me: Scrotum discomfort and Fever. ?

I am experiencing  testicular pain (quality: persistent discomfort) . The following also describe me: Scrotum discomfort and Fever. ?

Dr to examine testis: Testicle pain means a trip to the doctor right away because the testicle's blood supply can be twisted off (called torsion). When that happens, the testicle can die. Other causes of testicle pain include trauma, infection, twisting off an appendix of a testicle (a small lump next to a testicle), etc... Since a guy usually cannot tell if his testicle is twisting, an exam by the doctor is needed. ...Read more

Testicular Pain (Definition)

There are many reasons for testicular pain. Bottom line, if you have testicular pain...Pain in the testicle...You should go to the nearest er immediately to have special imaging to rule out a torsion. Testicular torsion is when the vessels to the testicle twist and the blood supply is lost. If not corrected immediately you could lose the testicle. You may experience belly ...Read more


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I am experiencing testicular pain.

I am experiencing  testicular pain.

More info: There is not enough information here for us to provide you with useful input. Consider re-submitting and providing more info. Take care. ...Read more

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What is the cause of this testicular pain?

What is the cause of this testicular pain?

More information: Needed. ?Severity of pain, ?Speed of onset, ?Side, ? Associated fever, ?Relieving factors - i.E pain is relieved by lying down or elevating scrotum, or aggravated or associated with physical activity or sexual arousal? ...Read more

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What are common causes of testicular pain?

Testicular pain: Testicular pain can have many causes. Infection, trauma (injury), referred pain from another irritation (prostate, hernia), swelling by fluids (hydrocele). It is best to see a urologist for an evaluation. ...Read more

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What are possible causes of my testicular pain?

What are possible causes of my testicular pain?

Get evaluated.: There are many causes of testicular pain and you should see a physician for a history, physical examination, and then possibly a scrotal ultrasound. The most worrisome is torsion, when the blood supply to the testicle is twisted closed. Infections can result in epididymitis or orchitis. Others causes are more benign, such as hydroceles & spermatoceles. A full workup will help determine the cause. ...Read more

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Can amino acids cause testicular pain?

Can amino acids cause testicular pain?

Not directly : Amino acids are just protein building blocks. If you take high protein supplements, you may be a weight lifter and your pain may be from a varicocele or hernia. ...Read more

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What type of infection can cause testicular pain?

What type of infection can cause testicular pain?

Epididymo-orchitis.: Infections of the epididymis (epididymitis) or testicle (orchitis) can cause severe testicular pain. In younger men, this is usually caused by gonorrhea or chlamydia. In older men, it is often due to urinary tract pathogens such as e. Coli and proteus. If you have significant testicular pain, please get evaluated. A scrotal ultrasound can determine if scrotal pain is due to infection or torsion. ...Read more

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Can constant constipation lead to testicular pain?

Can constant constipation lead to testicular pain?

Possibly: But not likely. You should have a complete exam and particularly a testicular exam to rule out any other causes. And treat the constipation with increased fluids and fiber. If needed, you may add milk of magnesia or miralax (polyethylene glycol). ...Read more

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Should i go to the ER for sudden onset of testicular pain?

Testes pain: Sudden onset testes pain, pain to the touch may be an infection or torsion, a twisting of the testes. I advise to get checked by a doc. ...Read more

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Hi docs, would epididymitis (testicular pain) go away on its own?

Hi docs, would epididymitis (testicular pain) go away on its own?

Possible...: Epididymitis is not directly related with testis although the related pain is right next to it, and is usually related with chlamydia infection in young men, although bacterial UTI can be the cause. Theoretically, it may "go" away depending on how strong the personal defense ability can be. In practice, timely proper use of antibiotics will usually ease sx and shorten its course faster. ...Read more

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How long should testicular pain last after a sports accidental impact?

How long should testicular pain last after a sports accidental impact?

Not long: Unless trauma was severe enough to cause a testicular rupture or bleed. An er visit may well be warranted for extreme pain lasting more than about 15 minutes. ...Read more

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Testicular pain, only thing ultrasound showed was varicoceoles, could this be the cause of the pain?

Testicular pain, only thing ultrasound showed was varicoceoles, could this be the cause of the pain?

Maybe: If the testicle itself hurts, it's not from the varicocele. Varicocele pain is higher in scrotum worse the longer you're on your feet or exercising. ...Read more

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What causes serious testicular pain, with a lump on the bottom and a sac above them filled with fluid?

What causes serious testicular pain, with a lump on the bottom and a sac above them filled with fluid?

?Testicular torsion: Or torsion of appendix testis with a hydrocele above and around testicle could be the cause. Occasionally testis tumor with a bleed. Please get this checked out immediately so it can be taken care of, whatever the reason. ...Read more

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Hi, I have been getting testicular pain (left teste), I can't feel any lumps or abnormalities. What should I do?

Get checked.: You may have an infection. Other causes are possible but it's impossible to say without an exam and the appropriate lab work. Get seen this week. An untreated infection can cause long-term problems. Practice safe sex, too. If you have not, get checked for sexually transmitted diseases right away. ...Read more

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I had a sudden onset of testicular pain exactly 4 weeks after sexual contact. It has been ongoing for 9 months. What could this be?

testicular torsion: At the age of 21 if one is having intermittent testicular pain that is fairly severe and then subsides you have to exclude intermittent testicular torsion. This can be as prevalent as one and 600 to one in 4000 males. You should seek evaluation by your primary care physician or urologist gover a thorough history and physical examination to assess your risk for this condition. ...Read more

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28 year old male. I unfortunately have moderate testicular pain when standing. Symptoms began a few hours ago. Not sexual related as has been >24 hour?

28 year old male. I unfortunately have moderate testicular pain when standing. Symptoms began a few hours ago. Not sexual related as has been >24 hour?

Here are some ...: The pain you described may represent a developing of epididymitis, which is usually related with STD like gono- or nongono- urethritis with or without symptoms. Of course, one has to make sure the pain is not a referring pain or intermittent torsion, etc. Generally speaking, these could be sorted out by an adequate Hx, physical exam, and timely tests as needed. So, see Doc for evaluation timely. ...Read more

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I've have cloudy urination for the past few days and i haven't thought much of it until today when I've started to have some testicular pain. What to do?

See answer: Though cloudy urine is often insignificant and related to diet and the ph of one's urine, it can also be a sign of a urinary tract infection especially when associated with burning, pain, and increased urinary frequency and urgency. The presence of testicular pain raises concern and would recommend you see a md for evaluation which should include exam, urinalysis and std screening if appropriate. ...Read more

Testicle Pain (Definition)

Testicular pain can be acute or chronic, and is perceived as pain emanating from the scrotum. Sudden, sharp pain is often referred to as an acute scrotum, and requires quick evaluation to rule out testicular torsion. Trauma and infections can present similarly. Chronic orchalgia is usually a dull ache, and is often difficult ...Read more


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Fever (Definition)

Fever = elevated body temperature (can be ...Read more