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I have been experiencing throbbing pain in my left testicle, the pain is moderate and pulsates every 15-20 seconds, for about 1-2 seconds long. I am otherwise in good health, please advise me what it may be
Hi, I had posted something a while back and just now as well, I have had the same symptoms, I have had no injury,trauma,epididymitis,blockage or hematoma. But hey, everyone is different right? Well I even had a sonogram done and it showed nothing. If you have any info that may be helpful to me or I to you, I will be glad to help if you want to exchange info. But you should read my post to see if they are similar symptoms. I am glad but not really to see that I am not the only one who is having testicular pain.
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