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i am 20 years old.i have problem with my left side testical ball.when the orgasm cums out it has a pain,i have seen a uncommon routine because (my left side ball comes upward near to the ***** )this pain started last month to now..i had a doctor checkups (urine test,blood test) then he said its a infection.now the pain reduces, but when masturbate my left side ball is coming upwards,means(going up).when the orgasm cums out it has a pain again.i don't have any sexual affair,no injuries) & i have doubt was it happen when doing crunch exercise or any physical hard exercises??? so what to do now??,i have no idea day by day my fears increasing .please give me a solution.
Testicular pain can be due to injury, infection (Epididymitis or Orchitis) or inflammation, testicular torsion -- most common in young men between 10 and 20 years old, excessive bicycle riding, hernia or kidney or ureteric stones.
Are you having painful, red or swollen scrotum along with testicular pain. It can be epididymitis or orchitis.In cases of hernia, a prominent bulge along with testicular pain is there and in cases of kidney or ureteric stones, pain during micturition may also be there.
You can provide support to the scrotum by wearing an athletic supporter, apply ice to the scrotum, take warm baths if there are signs of inflammation, while lying down, place a rolled towel under your scrotum or try over-the-counter pain relievers, like acetaminophen or ibuprofen.
Some causes of testicle pain, including testicular torsion, can lead to infertility if not treated promptly. Infections also should be examined and treated right away. If the infection is caused by bacteria, your doctor will prescribe an antibiotic. So please visit your doctor if the symptoms persist.
It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care and please do keep me posted on how you are doing.
yes.thank you for you reply.ya,i had doctor prescription according to that i have taken antibiotic & painkiller and other medicine too ,actually now my pain reduced to normal life.but the one thing still confusing me.in my past to now (before the pain).i don't have any feel or any uncommon happening to my balls.because now ,when masturbating the left side ball going up(i check and saw in-front of the mirror,it seems like one side ball disappearing but i feel its in between my **** and bladder bag.and some time little little pain.but too much like previous days. (this is happening when masturbating)
(i don't have any pain or uncommon thing when Urine passing,its normal.)
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