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    Pain in testicle and abdomen
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    1018James63 posted:
    I am 63 years old. When I was 30, I had an operation for a torsion of the left testes which seemed to be successful. About 5 years ago, I developed Peyronie's Disease but I was unable to take Pataba. I have ED but all of the medications for that cause me pain. My left testicle is painful. My urologist performed a varicocelectomy 8 months ago and also repaired a hernia on the same side. Now I have more pain than I did before the surgery. I had an MRI of my abdomen but it showed nothing abnormal. Any suggestions on what to do next?
     
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    counterso responded:
    You need to persist with regular care from your urologist. Do not allow dismissal of your pain. Insist that they arrive at a solution. This is the only thing you can do. It is your burden to demand care, not a doctor's initiative. Good luck!


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