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Pain in scrotum

I’m a 35 year old male. 22 years ago I had surgery to remove my left testicle. I am currently experiencing pain in my scrotum on the left side. There is a small bulge that is tender to touch. It becomes more noticeable and more tender when erect. Pain radiates up into my groin area. Was very painful at the beginning of the week and has gotten better, but still some pain there. Any idea what this could be?
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It might be an inguinal hernia, with referred pain into your groin and scrotum. Seems unlikely to be an infection if your testicle has been removed? A lump could be a cyst? Perhaps an ultrasound could verify what the lump is?
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There is no bulge in groin area to support hernia.  Would a inguinal hernia cause a bulge in scrotum ?
Yes, I think a hernia can go into the scrotum. Hernia pain can also come and go.

https://www.urologyhealth.org/urology-a-z/h/hydroceles-and-inguinal-hernia

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