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Few people may have pain in the testis after renal transplant. This pain in the testis may be related to vascular congestion following ligation of the gonadal vein or lymphatic vessels during surgery. This pain if mild will resolve on its own but if it is causing discomfort get it seen by your doctor. Other causes of testicular pain can be epididymitis, varicocoele, epididymal cyst, hydrocoele, orchitis, hernia, kidney stones, testicular torsion etc.Do schedule an appointment with an urologist and confirm the diagnosis. Hope you find this information really useful.
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