Personally my pain came and went... I cant be sure that the pain was caused by Chlamydia but I can say that I was infected first, had pain for several days in the testicles, it went away, and then I was treated when I noticed dripping. I was also tested and came back positive for Chlamydia at this point. I was just reinfected a second time and part of me realizing I was infected was the pain in the testicles, however, this time it was more constant than the first.
thanks for your response. I am getting occasional sharp pains in either testical, not swollan or red and not sore to tuch, no discharge. does that sound the same? i have had 2 tests that were clear at 4 and 6 weeks however went back at 8 weeks with needing to pee alot and sore testicles (occasional) and my white blood cells are down so am waiting for results. could be severe anxiety.
Not really no. My first symptom was burning during urination. I also had significant swelling at the urethral opening. I can't do this myself but my advice is to not worry until you have answers. Good luck. I have had 1 discharge I know about in two infections sPanning 4 months combined. That is apparently a common symptom though I never really got it. For me the testicle pain is my tell along with the burning. I would describe the pain as a dull sometimes sharp ache. Not a lightning pain. Again good luck. I truly feel your pain. Please post when you get some answers.
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