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I have pain in my left testical...Ben constant for the last few days...What can I do?
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Dr. Ankush Bansal
Internal Medicine
8 doctors agree
In brief: See your doctor
This could be an infection, fluid, hernia, or torsion among other possibilities.
See your doctor to get it checked out.

In brief: See your doctor
This could be an infection, fluid, hernia, or torsion among other possibilities.
See your doctor to get it checked out.
Dr. Ankush Bansal
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Dr. James Kuan
Varicose veins of the spermatic cord (which attaches the testicle to the inside of your body) known as a varicocele can also be a cause.
Dr. Michael Yu
Urology
4 doctors agree
In brief: Infection
Sounds like you might have orchitis, or an infection of the testis.
Other possibilities include testicular torsion, epididymitis, or trauma. You need to be evaluated by a urologist.

In brief: Infection
Sounds like you might have orchitis, or an infection of the testis.
Other possibilities include testicular torsion, epididymitis, or trauma. You need to be evaluated by a urologist.
Dr. Michael Yu
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Dr. Sahba Ferdowsi
Great answer!
3 doctors agree
In brief: Seek attention
There are several possible causes for this problem so of which may require immediate treatment.

In brief: Seek attention
There are several possible causes for this problem so of which may require immediate treatment.
Dr. Ronald Dreifuss
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Dr. SG Erman
Family Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Get it Checked
See your physician.
May be nothing, but could be potentially dangerous.

In brief: Get it Checked
See your physician.
May be nothing, but could be potentially dangerous.
Dr. SG Erman
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In brief: Seek medical care
While the cause could be mundane, testicular pain could be related to serious conditions such as torsion (twisting of the testicle, which can compromise blood supply) or infection.
Testes should not be painful. Diagnosis, including exclusion of serious conditions, can almost always be made by noninvasive testing -- probably with blood work and ultrasound.

In brief: Seek medical care
While the cause could be mundane, testicular pain could be related to serious conditions such as torsion (twisting of the testicle, which can compromise blood supply) or infection.
Testes should not be painful. Diagnosis, including exclusion of serious conditions, can almost always be made by noninvasive testing -- probably with blood work and ultrasound.
Dr. Alexander Vogel
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Dr. John h Rees
Radiology
In brief: Need urgent evaluati
Visit er , get ulatrsound including doppler. Possible infection versus torsion versus tumor.

In brief: Need urgent evaluati
Visit er , get ulatrsound including doppler. Possible infection versus torsion versus tumor.
Dr. John h Rees
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In brief: Call your internist.
I would first call your internist and let him/her examine you.
If needed a ultrasound could be done for full evaluation if needed.

In brief: Call your internist.
I would first call your internist and let him/her examine you.
If needed a ultrasound could be done for full evaluation if needed.
Dr. Joseph Maklansky
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Dr. JUDY WASHINGTON
Family Medicine
In brief: Testicular pain
Pain in a testicle can have many etiologies.
The most common can be an infection. More concerning causes are torsion of the testicle, a hernia or cancer. You should see your personal physician. Concerning findings are swelling, redness or a mass that can be felt when examining the testicle.

In brief: Testicular pain
Pain in a testicle can have many etiologies.
The most common can be an infection. More concerning causes are torsion of the testicle, a hernia or cancer. You should see your personal physician. Concerning findings are swelling, redness or a mass that can be felt when examining the testicle.
Dr. JUDY WASHINGTON
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