I have been experiencing a off and on pain in my left testicle. It is tender to the touch on a small part of the front/top part. The pain would be about a 5 on a scale of 1 to 10. The pain feel similar to the after effects of a kick to the groin. The pain subsides to very mild after a few minutes. I have no swelling or unusual urine. I am a virgin so I figure STD's are eliminated. I have been having this pain for about 6 days now. Again everything looks and feels fine except for the discomfort when my testicle brushes against something. What could be causing this?
I would check for STDs regardless, since they can lead to tenderness.
Other possible causes can include torsion, a cyst, or mass. The test to consider would be a scrotal ultrasound.
This options should be discussed with your personal physician.
Followup with your personal physician is essential.
This answer is not intended as and does not substitute for medical advice - the information presented is for patient education only. Please see your personal physician for further evaluation of your individual case.
most guys get this once in a while. the nut is probably twisted in there. jump hard down on your heels on a concrete floor a few times. if doesnt help, a warm bath. if that doesnt help, masturbate. if no relief, go to doctor to get ur nut untwisted....
I tried the jumping on heels (could definitely feel something happen) and followed with a hot shower and some ibuprofen. Upon waking up this morning I felt a lot better. The testicle feel 90%. If it does return I will probably see a doctor,but for not it seems to have worked.
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