More information. Needed.? Severity of pain, ? Speed of onset, ? Side, ? Associated fever, ? Relieving factors - i.E pain is relieved by lying down or elevating scrotum, or aggravated or associated with physical activity or sexual arousal?
Get evaluated. There are many causes of testicular pain and you should see a physician for a history, physical examination, and then possibly a scrotal ultrasound. The most worrisome is torsion, when the blood supply to the testicle is twisted closed. Infections can result in epididymitis or orchitis. Others causes are more benign, such as hydroceles & spermatoceles. A full workup will help determine the cause.
Unclear. There are many possible causes. Although most are benign, it would've best to get examined by your physician or a urologist for proper diagnosis and treatment, .
Epididymo-orchitis. Infections of the epididymis (epididymitis) or testicle (orchitis) can cause severe testicular pain. In younger men, this is usually caused by gonorrhea or chlamydia. In older men, it is often due to urinary tract pathogens such as e. Coli and proteus. If you have significant testicular pain, please get evaluated. A scrotal ultrasound can determine if scrotal pain is due to infection or torsion.