Pain connected going from right tesicle to right groin area, worse when bending
I have a pain in my right testicle that travels a path up to to my lower abdomen. I cannot move my right leg without feeling this pain. Getting in our out of my car is difficult or to try to lift my right leg up the pain travels from testicle to right side of lower abdomen a few inches below right hip. No fever or nausea. No injury and pain seemed to start and build up over a few hours to where it is now. Standing up I feel ok but walking slightly painful and bending or trying to pick up and cross my right leg is very painful. No lumps. Any clue what this could be. I am 48 years old, controlled diabetes, smoker but in reasonably good health overall. What could this be?
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