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I am 23 years old, since the past few months i have pain in my testicles after masturbation for atleast a few hours and feel as if they are heavy and swell up. i have problem standing and walkin during that time.. m very shy and have not told any one.. please advice on how to go about the diagnosis.. is it something common or is there some real problem.. i have greatly reduced the frequency of masturabation to just once a week..earlier it was once a every two days..
hay hunni, sorry about your problem, but it sounds odly fermilliar my finacee' has described the pain almost exact, about his problem. but it turned out to be nothing at all. he still has the problem, and we no longer can be sexual. i know it might sound weird but he's too scared to go to the doctor again, if you find out what the particular problem could be please email me. ***@****
Do refrain from any sexual acitivity until this has been assessed. Have you done a self testicular examination ? Was there any swelling or redness in the scrotal area? Any suspicious palpable lump or mass in the scrotum?A consult with your physician may help. A testicular ultrasound will be able to determine the cause of this 'heaviness"and rule out any possible injuries.
Observe your symptoms and if this persists or if any associated intense scrotal pain, swelling and redness occur , an immediate consult is necssary.
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