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I get testicular pains after running. What to do?
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Dr. Amir Khan
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7)kidney stone: the pain from kidney stones may sometimes radiate into the testicular area.
8) infections or bleeding in the abdomen.......In your case a nerve entrapment, strain of the abdomen while running and possibly a hernia appear to be the more likely... Get a proper evaluation from a urologist or a general surgeon.

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7)kidney stone: the pain from kidney stones may sometimes radiate into the testicular area.
8) infections or bleeding in the abdomen.......In your case a nerve entrapment, strain of the abdomen while running and possibly a hernia appear to be the more likely... Get a proper evaluation from a urologist or a general surgeon.
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Dr. Amir Khan
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2 of 3 4)torsion of a testicular appendage: between the ages of 7 and 14 years.
Inguinal hernia: this may cause scrotal swelling and testicular discomfort. 5)orchitis (inflammation of the testicle): likely due to an infectious process.6) testicular tumor: rarely causes testicular pain.

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2 of 3 4)torsion of a testicular appendage: between the ages of 7 and 14 years.
Inguinal hernia: this may cause scrotal swelling and testicular discomfort. 5)orchitis (inflammation of the testicle): likely due to an infectious process.6) testicular tumor: rarely causes testicular pain.
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1 of 2 causes include: 1)trauma to testicle.
2)testicular torsion: a surgical emergency due to testicle twisting inside the scrotum. 3)epididymitis: (inflammation of the epididymis) often due to an infection. Most common cause of pain in men older than 18 and if sexually active then likely due to sexually transmitted disease such as gonorrhea or chlamydia.

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1 of 2 causes include: 1)trauma to testicle.
2)testicular torsion: a surgical emergency due to testicle twisting inside the scrotum. 3)epididymitis: (inflammation of the epididymis) often due to an infection. Most common cause of pain in men older than 18 and if sexually active then likely due to sexually transmitted disease such as gonorrhea or chlamydia.
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