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What is the cause of pain in testis?

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Dr. James Lin
Urology

In brief: Here are...

- infection-related, such as std-/uti-related, or mumps; - torsion-related (testis or appendages), acute or recurrent intermittent; - referring-pain-related, such as stone, spinal nerve irritation from djd, pinched nerve, even rare single - newgrowth-related although usually painless; generally, a detailed hx, and physicals, possible tests should be able to deliver a correct DX most of times.

In brief: Here are...

- infection-related, such as std-/uti-related, or mumps; - torsion-related (testis or appendages), acute or recurrent intermittent; - referring-pain-related, such as stone, spinal nerve irritation from djd, pinched nerve, even rare single - newgrowth-related although usually painless; generally, a detailed hx, and physicals, possible tests should be able to deliver a correct DX most of times.
Dr. James Lin
Dr. James Lin
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Dr. James Cain
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis

In brief: Nothing benign

Trauma, torsion, infection, you must see your doctor for proper evaluation and therapy.
Until then wear a jock strap.

In brief: Nothing benign

Trauma, torsion, infection, you must see your doctor for proper evaluation and therapy.
Until then wear a jock strap.
Dr. James Cain
Dr. James Cain
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