bad bad pain in testicles n pain when urinates... wit????
Why does my husbands sack hurt him so bad? Just started a few days ago and now to the poinnt where can't sleep... hurts very bad when he urinates as well. He has not strained or pulled anything.. makes me worry very bad..any advice?
Consult a urologist ASAP! Causes of pain in the testicles can be varied, from trauma, inguinal hernia, or orchitis because of an STD, just to name a few. We need to diagnose the problem first before we can treat the patient.
Tell him to stop being such a "sad sack"! Seriously though, I'd call your primary care physician immediately (I can't beleive you guys havn't already), and see what he/she recommends on doing. Go to the emergency dept. if you guys don't have a regular doctor. Good luck, I pity the man.
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