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Why Do My Testicles Go Up Inside When I Workout
Retractile testes: You either have an over active cremaster muscle or your testicles are not properly attached to the scrotum. If it doesn't hurt and they come back down, you may be fine. Otherwise, see a urologist. ...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
Ask your physician.: Typically, recovery is about 4-6 weeks. If there are no complications or residual pain after 4 weeks, you can work out, more lightly at first, to see if you have discomfort. As patients with this condition tend to be younger, healthier, and without many co-morbid conditions, there are few long term problems after this repair. ...Read more
I am 32 years old, very active and workout 4 to 5 times a week doing hot yoga or basketball. I have had a lump or bump on my left testicle for at least 5 to 6 years I noticed it shaving in the shower back then but was too embarrassed to go get it check an
Likely benign lump: If this lump has remained unchanged for 5-6 years, it is almost certainly benign, and not cancerous. If it is not causing pain or other unpleasant symptoms, there is no need for exam, scans, or worry. This lump could be a cyst, or a benign tumor. If it is enlarging, or uncomfortable, it should be evaluated promptly by a urologist. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
One day after my workout i went to shower i found my left testicle is sagging , what's the reason is there any problem?
I have a swelling on my penis. It is exactly in between the two testicles since 4 days. It pains a little. I tried icing it but workouts only for some?
The skin around my testicles.. inbetween my thigh is very sticky, also after a workout it tends to sweat in that region alot, even after a shower.
I jumped up and grabbed the rim at the gym. When I landed I felt a sharp pain in testicles.. Been takin pre workout it tightens testicles.. Hernia?
Hernia is a: possibility. Please see your doc who can confirm it and get you treatment or rule it out. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Swollen right testicle. Noticed 2 days ago. Workout intensely 5x week. Last sexual intercourse was feb 13th (no condom for 10 secs b4 putting 1 on) ?
Epididymitis?: A single swollen testicle, especially if painful, usually is due to epididymitis -- infection or other inflammation of the sperm collecting tubules. At your age (23), chlamydia and gonorrhea are by far the main causes. Working out, even intensely, shouldn't do this. Rare cases are torsion, a surgical emergency. If painless, probably less serious. No matter what, see a doctor ASAP. Good luck! ...Read more
I've been running a lot, and lately one or both of my testicles will ride up inside me and cause pain when I work out, similar to when it's cold temps?
Here are some ...: See urologist so to confirm if you've suffered from recurrent testicular torsion (twisting) with spontaneous detorsion (untwisting). This diagnosis is chiefly based on careful analysis on the onset, degree, duration, interval, evolution, progress, & resolution of recurrent testicular pain and joint observation with Doc, not US because of its fleeting elusive clinical pictures. So, see Uro-Dox soon ...Read more
Re-occurring temporary but consistent pain in testicles some days lasts hours and doesn't go away feels like I was kicked hurts more when standing?
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 or kicked), torsion (an Emergency), certain infections, testicular cancer, etc... ...Read more
Am gettn a pain on my left testicle
what dose that mean don't really want to go the doctors as am a shy person and don't want them toching it ?
Testicular pain: I understand that it may be awkward, but if you are having testicular pain, you should see your family doctor. There are several causes of testicular pain and some of them are serious. It is better to find out if there is a serious problem earlier on to have the right treatment. ...Read more
Im getting slight ache in left testicle. It comes and goes but now it's come again and it feels weird. It doesn't hurt but feels like a slight squeeze?
Need more info...: Any men having testicular pain with a highly variable degree, duration, & interval should lead a professional mind to consider possible torsion despite age; of course, disorders of testes per se & those from regional muscles, joints, & nerves should be considered. How to sort these out correctly? Follow instructions in articles in http://www.formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html. Best wish... ...Read more
When you LOSE a testicle does the other one ever actually get BIGGER? They say "it makes up for it" but i don't understand. The testicles contain leydigs which do most of the work, a limited amount. It can't just go into "overdrive" all the time.
Bigger testicle: It is true that when a young man looses a testicle early on, that his remaining testis will undergo "compensatory hypertrophy." In these men, they will have one large testicle with normal function. ...Read more
Lumps on testicle after masturbstion now there their permently help! Don't just say go to your docter ?
My left testicle sticks out in a pointy position where as my right is in a normal position .. I don't remember it taking that position years a go ?
See your doctor: Change in the size, shape, contour, location, or position of your testicle is something that needs to be examined by your primary doctor, and possibly a specialist. Physical examination is often combined with ultrasound of the testicle to make sure there is no illness. Testicular cancer is the #1 cancer in your age group -- don't wait, and see your doctor! Good luck! ...Read more
Temperature. : A retractile testicle moves closer to the body as a means to control the temperature inside the testis. The action is performed by the cremasteric muscle which surrounds the testic and spermatic cord. In children, the presence of open channel could allow a retractile testis to move up into the abdominal cavity. This should be evaluated by a physician. ...Read more
Absent testicle: Several possibilities: it may have been removed as a child; it maybe undescended(did not migrate into the scrotum), it may have atrophied from infection or mumps: you may have had a torsion causing atrophy of the testicle; rarely you are born with only one. An u/s may help determine what happened. ...Read more
Have him seen: The testis are created next to the kidneys in the fetus and migrate down through the groin to enter the scrotum before birth. Sometimes they don't make the trip & if so should be found and brought down surgically by the 1st birthday if possible. I would take the kid in for an exam. Poor function & cancer risk increases if this is not done. ...Read more
Often BUT be warned: Pain that goes away quickly is usually not serious. Don't eat or drink anything & go and see a dr. Or go to an er asap if pain is severe because you don't know whether this is testicular torsion or not. Torsion can result in loss of testicle unless it is corrected within 6 hours. This does not mean wait 6 hours, it means should have been corrected within that time period. ...Read more
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