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Should I see a doctor if I have testicle pain?

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Dr. George Klauber
Pediatrics - Urology
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In brief: Yes you should

Pain can be specific and due to torsion (twisted spermatic cord) or intermittent torsion of tesyis or testicular appendage, inflammation causing epididymitis or orchitis, inguinal hernia, trauma, occasionally tumor, mild from a varicocele, referred pain from a kidney stone can radiate to scrotum. Or non specific pain from ? Vascular congestion - so called "lovers nuts" or "blue balls".

In brief: Yes you should

Pain can be specific and due to torsion (twisted spermatic cord) or intermittent torsion of tesyis or testicular appendage, inflammation causing epididymitis or orchitis, inguinal hernia, trauma, occasionally tumor, mild from a varicocele, referred pain from a kidney stone can radiate to scrotum. Or non specific pain from ? Vascular congestion - so called "lovers nuts" or "blue balls".
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Dr. Gurmukh Singh
Pathology

In brief: Yes

Persistent pain in any part of the body needs to be evaluated for cause.

In brief: Yes

Persistent pain in any part of the body needs to be evaluated for cause.
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