I am having pain in my right testicle for more than two and half months , no vericocile , no UTI, I have taken ultrasound scan, urine culture , tuberclosis test , X ray, doctor says every thing is normal but iam having slight pain my tescle some times radiates to my right leg and when i masturbate it increases , iam 41, there is very little enlargement in my prostate , and my uro-flowmetry test shows my flow is less for my age , if i do any physical execrisce or walk long pain increases ,can any one suggest , whats wrong, please
How are you? What other symptoms are present? It is good that the initial diagnostic tests were okay. Testicle pain may be caused by inflammation, infection, referred pain, injury, hernia or even from an unrelieved erection. Neurological issues may need to be ruled out also especially if the pain radiates to the leg. If it persists, further evaluation and additional diagnostic tests may need to be done. Seeking another urologist's opinion may also help. Take care and do keep us posted.
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