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Injury of epididimus

If someone repeatedly pushed rigid fingers with force directly into epididimus could this cause inflammation of epididimus?
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Yes, I think it could. Almost any part of the body, organ, gland, etc. could become inflamed by what you described. But normally that type of inflammation should decrease within a few days or a week, I would think. If it’s lasting longer than that, I think it would be best to see your regular Dr. 1st, if no solid answer, maybe a Urologist...
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I did. Blood normal. No stds. Urine normal. Full urology check.

It was an invasive search by TSA at JFK. He rammed fingers right into epididimus. Had no pain before but within 30 minutes of this I was in pain. Lasted 60 days and was confirmed as inflammation of epididimus.

Bringing lawsuit against TSA and wanted a number of urologists opinions if this could have caused it.  As said no pain or history of pain, then TSA search and within 30 minutes prolonged pain......
Wow - that’s terrible! You definitely have grounds for a lawsuit. Sure hope you win it, there’s just no cause for that kind of abuse from TSA or anyone else...
Yep and TSA engaged in a deliberate coverup. Didn’t even talk to me during their “investigation”. Problem is the doc confirmed the inflammation that they caused on my epididimus. Notice of legal action has already gone out. Such a dishonest organization to cover up what is effectively sexual assault.
Good luck - hope you win this case...
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