Testicle pain maybe due to any of the following: infection or inflammation of the epididymis (epididymitis) or testicle (orchitis); minor injuries, such as a blow to the scrotum; a stone in the lower ureter; enlargement of the veins within the scrotum (varicocele); fluid in the testicles, such as due to a spermatocele or hydrocele; and rarely, abdominal infections or bleeding. Are there other signs or symptoms present?
It would be best to have this evaluated further by your doctor for proper management. A complete medical and physical examination are needed to reach a diagnosis. It is also important to rule out testicular torsion, a condition that occurs when the testicles and spermatic cord, twist inside the scrotum.
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My husbnad relayed to me this A.M. that he had pain in one of his testicles. He fears he may have strained it. There is no opther symptom and he has never had any problems in the past...How do you treat the pain. Would it help to lay in a hot bath of Epsom Salts??
You answer would be greatly appreciated..
Lucy M. Williams