I often have pain on my left testicle, and it hurts if I touch the testicle or its spermatic cord... Also, I can sometimes knowtice that the testicle always changes its hanging lenght... It has been always threatening me while having men's life... Then I figured out that the cause of this was because I've worn tight pants before about few years..... ( now I regret it..) However, I've been living like this for about an year, and the pain never seemss to leave
- I wanted to know if the left testicle (which I'm assuming is coiled) will be fine if I leave my testicle alone....
- And would my right testicle coil, too?
Needless to say that you need to consult a Urologist at the earliest. Your problem is atypical of varicocele of the left testicle and it is more common than right testicle as the blood vessels of the left takes a more longer route than the right. It could also be due to inflammations/infections of the spermatic chord/testicle. In any case, a proper diagnosis and treatment is essential.
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