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About 2 weeks ago i was kicked in the balls really hard. I didn't notice it as being to painful the day after or the day after that. however, for the last 3 days my right testical has been in pain and slightly swollen. There is no discoloration at all. Could there be a problem or is my testical still taking time to heal from the injury? What should i do?
How are you? Any testicular injury needs immediate attention by a specialist. Testicular injury can cause amputation,hematoma, torsion, atrophy etc. I would suggest that you visit a urologist for examination and scrotal ultrasound and further assistance on treatment.
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