I am 33 years old guy with normal health conditions. But once in a while when i lift weights using both hands (e.g., moving luggage,table or heavy chairs) my left testicle starts pain. When i look at it sag or drops little lower than normal.
I also noticed it happens when i use both hands and bend forward to lift the weights not so much using a single hand.
It happened many times but usually it goes off when i continuously wear tight briefs and have more sex.
Thanks for writing to the forum!
Lifting weights can cause testicular pain when there is a hernia. Varicoceles and spermatoceles and to some extent hydroceles also cause pain testicular pain when you strain as in lifting weight. Retractile testis, testicular cancer or any infection of testis, epidiymis etc too can cause this pain.
Hope this helps. Do consult an urologist. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted. Take care!
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