Hello, Back in Late October or early November I sat down by accident on a decent sized bubble packing mailer (such as this one http://tinyurl.com/yhgvafx). It poped right on my testicals. I was in minor pain at first as expected. Few days later I felt weird sensations such as pinpricks throghout the groin area. I went to get a ultrasound of the testes and everything came back normal. It went away for about a week and I thought it was all fine and healed. I work in retail so I am pushing heavy pallets and objects sometimes, so I was pushing a heavy object and had no pain pushing the object until later that night when I came home I noticed the "pinpricks" sensation around my groin area and even the tip of my penis. I want to say that it feels like it is both sides at the base of the penis to the left and right. It seems like it can happen for 3 hours and than go away for a few hours than come back. I notice it more when my bladder is full. No known cause to trigger this tight feeling. Sometimes I will get some shots of pain but they are not constant. Keywords for this are a tight/pain sensation that occurs randomly. No blood in urine. I thank you in advance for your help as I'm worried about this lasting for somewhat a long time.
Your symptoms are not typical of any condition of which I am familiar. My first thought is that this is related to nerve root compression in your back. Try something straight forward such as motrin for a week and take a daily hot bath. If there is no improvement, see a urologist or an internist.
Hope that you feel better fast!
Also, I just got back my results from a blood test my dr ordered (Metabolic Panel + others), and he said my Chelesterol was 210 and he would like it lower for my age (19), and my Vitamin D levels were low, about 15 or so. Would you think this Vitamin D level would have anything to do with my problems? Thank you very much.
I doubt that the vit. D level has a bearing on this.
Without seeing you, my suggestion is still to try treating this as a nerve related issue. The physician whom you are currently seeing is really in the best position to render care: he can examen you as well as talk with you.
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