If I have testicular pain suspected to be referred muscular pain, no lumps or swelling of testicle, does it make any sense to get a scrotal ultrasound?

To completely r/o. it makes sense as to completely rule out other possibilities even though no mass/swelling is noted. especially if the pain does not go away after a week or so, also it depends on your other history, age, examination etc. discuss with your doctor.

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