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I have pain in my right scrotum and my tummy is flabby. Ct scan shows no hernia. What could be reason for pain in my scrotum?
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In brief: Sports hernia?
A "sports hernia" is not a true hernia but laxity of the abdominal wall.
Your discomfort may be due to irritation of the ilio-inguinal or genitofemoral nerves which reside in the lower abdominal wall and are at risk with weak abdominal wall musculature. An examination will help decide if this is what you have. Treatment is rest and ibuprofen.

In brief: Sports hernia?
A "sports hernia" is not a true hernia but laxity of the abdominal wall.
Your discomfort may be due to irritation of the ilio-inguinal or genitofemoral nerves which reside in the lower abdominal wall and are at risk with weak abdominal wall musculature. An examination will help decide if this is what you have. Treatment is rest and ibuprofen.
Dr. Edward Cherullo
Dr. Edward Cherullo
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4 doctors agree
In brief: Orchalgia
Chronic testicular pain is a common issue and many time we are unable to identify the source.
If testing is all negative, then it is necessary to rule out musculoskeletal issues like a lower back problem. You should see a urologist who has experience in managing patients with chronic testicular pain and no identifiable source.

In brief: Orchalgia
Chronic testicular pain is a common issue and many time we are unable to identify the source.
If testing is all negative, then it is necessary to rule out musculoskeletal issues like a lower back problem. You should see a urologist who has experience in managing patients with chronic testicular pain and no identifiable source.
Dr. Howard Adler
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Dr. Shaukat Matin
Internal Medicine
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In brief: Epididymitis
It is possible that you may nave other causes too like torsion of the testes, varicocoele or mumps.

In brief: Epididymitis
It is possible that you may nave other causes too like torsion of the testes, varicocoele or mumps.
Dr. Shaukat Matin
Dr. Shaukat Matin
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1 doctor agrees
In brief: Orchalfia
Primary. Inflammation tumor an torsion.
Secondary. Hernia, nerve root ( back).

In brief: Orchalfia
Primary. Inflammation tumor an torsion.
Secondary. Hernia, nerve root ( back).
Dr. Richard Levin
Dr. Richard Levin
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