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Pelvic bone area. Could it be possible that I mistaken testicle pain as groin pain?
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Dr. Peter Kurzweil
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In brief: Yes, referred pain
I've discussed 'pain' & 'referred pain' in prior answers.
Pain experienced in one area of the body can be generated in another. Testicular pain may be caused by a kidney stone located in kidney, ureter or bladder, a hernia, anything affecting spinal nn innervating the area, a mass (tumor) +++. The prepared good doc knows all those possibilities already, therefore knows the right questions to ask.

In brief: Yes, referred pain
I've discussed 'pain' & 'referred pain' in prior answers.
Pain experienced in one area of the body can be generated in another. Testicular pain may be caused by a kidney stone located in kidney, ureter or bladder, a hernia, anything affecting spinal nn innervating the area, a mass (tumor) +++. The prepared good doc knows all those possibilities already, therefore knows the right questions to ask.
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