I have been having pain in my left testicle the last 2 days or so but I noticed today it is only while sitting that there is pain. The pain is dull and in is not sensitive nor does it hurt to touch. Sometimes the pain radiates down to inner thigh and other times up to left pelvic area.
I first noticed it on the right side about a week ago but it went away and i noticed it a few days ago on the left.
I took 2 advil about an hour prior to this post and it is not as noticible as i sit here and type this.
There’s a possibility of varicocele on the left side. In this, the veins of the left scrotum become dilated & tortuous and the symptoms are worse when in the sitting or standing posture. Please do consult a urologist for the same as you might need surgery for the relief. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.
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