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    Back pain along with pain in right testicle
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    An_241225 posted:
    I am 20 years old.
    I've had a pain in my right testicle along with a slight swelling about a month ago. The doc said it might be due to stress. Ever since that, there has been a constant pain all along the lower right half of my body. Though the selling has gone, the pain is still there.
    I don't do weights nor am i much into sports.
    Can cancer be ruled out?
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