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Unsure if I have an STD or not.

I am an adult male in my mid 20s Back on December 30th I went to a eurologist for prostatitis where I felt I had pain in my prostate and left testicle. Flash foreward to today and the prostatitis is gone but I still feel pain in my left testicle around the epydidymis this pain seems to be pretty constant almost like a restricting feeling on my scrotum too. I've recently noticed when I masturbate I get a feeling of discomfort in my pelvic area. The area of pain has moved from the left testicle to the prostate once but it didn't last after I woke up only the testicle hurt. I have no bleeding, discharge, or trouble urinating. I also haven't been sexually active for months but there's still a chance for anything. I feel like I slightly have a problem getting an erection but I'm unsure. Is there a possibility of some kind of stone developing or is there a chance something worse could be going on? Any and all insight would be very helpful thank you.

Mr. O
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Could it possibly be epididymitis?
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There are too many things it could be. You will need to consult your doctor on this one. This will not be related to an STD/STI.
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