What causes swollen testicles?

Unclear if... To answer this Q correctly, more info is needed, such as detailed history of their specifics like onset, degree, duration, associated symptoms, prior care, etc., relevance, & sequence of events of all symptoms + properly done physical exam + testing like US, since may laypersons could not tell if being hydrocele or real swelling of testes. More? To http://www.formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html.

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Does a pinched pelvic nerve cause swollen testicles?

No. Most common cause for swelling in scrotum is a benign hydrocele. Pinched nerve can not cause this. Suggest you see a urologist who will likely perform or order a srotal ultrasound to confirm diagnosis and rule out any testicular malignancy. Read more...

I have swollen testicles and there really sensitive and I also have green simen what is wrong with me?

STD. Hi Phillip, you likely have a sexually transmitted disease or other infection. A doctor visit will be required for evaluation and treatment. Sexual partners should also be evaluated, and you should refrain from intimate acts until treatment has been completed. Read more...

I have hard slightly swollen testicles both roughly the same size and firmness I have recently been treated for epididymo-orchitis is this different?

Question unclear. Following epididymo-orchitis you may have residual post-inflammatory changes. Whether this is unusual in you would have to be determined by the urologist that treated you. Go back and have them examine you. Read more...

I had swollen testicles yesterday and they had a dull pain and now that seems to have gone, away, now the pain has moved upwards into my upper groin?

Testicular Troubles. Transient testicular swelling may be due to an infection, viral or bacterial. Many times there is no urethral component (i.e. Discharge). Fever may or may not be present. One sided swelling is typically seen in trauma, torsion (sudden twisting of the testicle on its cord), or vascular injury. The epididymis is also a possible culprit. The ache may indicate a progressive problem; get examined. Read more...
See doctor. You may have epididymitis or some other inflammatory condition of your sperm-producing system. This might be sexually transmitted disease, or possibly just an obstructive disorder. In either event, seeing a good urologist (and most are excellent) would be beneficial. Read more...