Pain in testicle , abdomen and leg after back injury
I have the exact same pain as you guys .
Pain in my right testicle and lower abdomen and right leg and ankle.
It start after a back injury.
Sometimes it goes from a dull ache to painful burning.
. It always gets worse after i strain my back.
Had a urology's exam :> negative
Had a MRI :> negative
Has anyone found relief????
I'm self employed as a tile and stone setter. and i can't work now and have no money.
I see the herniated disc & testicular pain topic moved here. Suggest reading article (2003) by Doubleday on testicular pain and successful treatment in one case by physical therapy: you can find via Google or PubMed. Author was from California. Treatment only helpful if correct source of pain is identified, of course.
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