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Why do I have pain in my testicles when I deficate?

Testicular pain and. If you are constipated, stools can press against the prostate and refer pain into the testicles. Read more...

I went for cardiologist consultation. .. one question asked was did I have pain in my testicles.. at the time I did not - now I do how are the two r?

Here are some... For your situation, it would be most logical to direct your question to your cardiologist so to clear if testicular pain has any bearing with cardiac illness. Clinically, I have never encountered any discussion in urological meeting or publication in my almost 45-yr study or practice. Of course, at 64-yr man may inevitably have some issues of impairing circulation to certain parts of body... Read more...

Hello! I have pain in my testicles and I have a lot of gas. Does gas cause me to get pain in my testicles? When I fart the pain in my testicles lower

No. No gas will not cause pain in the testis. It will be a good idea that you get it checked by your family doctor or a urologist. As you are only 16 years old.You will need a detailed history,physical exam and if indicated imaging of testis like Ultrasound. Read more...

I have pain on my testicles when I do sex?

Many causes. This is a very common and usually self limited condition. It usually resolves over time or may require treatment such as antibiotics or analgesics. A scrotal ultrasound is recommended to rule out malignancy. If all studies are normal, then one can use a scrotal support and sitz bath to help wit the discomfort. Taking an analgesic prior to intercourse may also decrease the pain afterwards. Read more...
See a doctor. So many causes for testicular pain with sex. It could be your prostate, epididymis or testicles. See a urologist. Read more...

I got in the testicle very lightly (really light) but I overthink a lot and now I have pain around my testicle I'm not sure if it is my testicle tho.

Get checked. My rule with testicles is always if in doubt check it out. Possibilities include testicular haematoma, torsion, epidydimitis, hernia. All of these can be potentially serious and so I recommend urgent examination by a doctor. Safer to be overcautious here than to miss something at an early stage if you are not sure. Read more...
You need to see a dr. Testicular pain can be due to many causes. Inflammation, infection or hernia can cause such pain as well as more sinister causes such as Testicular cancer. It is best to see your doctor who can carry out a thorough examination as well as arrange imaging such as Ultrasound to determine the cause of the pain. Read more...
Check if not sure. If the pain is only mild and you don't think the testicle is swollen or particularly tender then it is reasonable to watch and wait for short period of time. If the pain is more intense, you are tender to self examine or you are unsure then it is safest to get it checked with your GP/regular doctor. Read more...
See answer. Any blunt trauma to the genital area can cause discomfort, pain, or major injury depending on the strength of the striking force. Given your description, in the absence of any noticeable swelling or skin discoloration, it is doubtful that any serious injury occurred though some soreness or sensitivity may exist. Observation, scrotal support, ice pack, mild pain reliever likely all that is needed. Read more...