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16 year old male. Held urine in for about 30 minutes past the point of really needing to go. Was fine when I did but after I had some aching pain in the area bit above genitals and a few inches next to hip bone. Testicles and sack seem to be slightly tender and a tiny bit swollen. Sack feels as if more fluid than usual is present. Day after, pain above genitals got a lot better but could feel it coming back after longer periods of walking. The slight swelling is still there but better at times. Discomfort has also inproved a lot in general. The amount fluid still present is worrying me most.
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