For the past 4 months i have been getting sore testicals, they are usaly just a dull nagging pain, which gives some discomfort every now and then. I do not know what is going on and being a stubbon male am scared to go see a doc....they are sometimes tender to touch n places dose anyone have any "state of mind" releife for me.
If you try the Mens Health forum there's a thread over there with over 100 replies on this subject. Its titled Left testicle/ lower abdominal pain. As far as the scared to see a doctor thing this is what they do. Especially If you see a urologist this is what they see everyday and your not telling them anything they haven't heard a zillion times.
Pain means somethings not right it may be nothing but wouldn't you want to make sure? My boyfriend had pain in his testicles for months before he found a lump that turned out to be cancer. You didn't mention finding any lumps but I like to raise awareness and tell guys they should do monthly self checks. I hope you get your answer and your feeling better soon.
* A lump or mass in either testicle
* Any enlargement or swelling of a testicle
* A collection of fluid in the scrotum
* A dull ache in the lower abdomen, back, or in the groin
* A feeling of heaviness in the scrotum
* Discomfort or pain in a testicle or in the scrotum
* Enlargement or tenderness of the breasts
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