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I have had pain in my left testicle for almost three months.I've gotten tested for all STD's and everything came back negative.Im going to make an appointment to see a urologist for an ultrasound.It seems like the problem may be varicocle.If this is the case what are the chances that I will need surgery? And if I do, what are the chances that the surgery would work? I've read that people have had the surgery and still experience pain.Does vericocele go away on it's own? Please help, I am verry worried about what might happen. Thank you for your help
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