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    Sore testicle and discomfort before urination
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    An_245531 posted:
    For the past couple of days I have had a dull ache in my left testicle. I experience a similiar dull pain in my lower abdomen immediately before I urinate. I am 100% sure this could not be related to an STD. Are there any other explanations? Should I go to the doc?
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    counterso responded:
    Yes. Pain in the testicles is considered an emergency situation. Any pain that does not go away for a couple days is even more of an emergency, and some conditions can only be addressed if cared for immediately. Do not delay, see a urologist right away.


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