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Left testicular discomfort/pain
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An_254232 posted:
i've been experiencing a dull to moderate testicular pain for a few months. it usually hits suddenly then stops so, it's not a constant pain. add also, nothing seems to trigger it. i've seen a urologist and infection has been ruled out. and, there is no swelling or lumps in the area. short of a cat scan and the like, any ideas of what could be going on?
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counterso responded:
No, unfortunately only a urologist can diagnose this. Testicular pain is considered an emergency situation. You should not allow any days to pass without insisting on treatment and resolution with your urologist. It should have been addressed the first day it occurred, but now you should get back to handling it and find out what's wrong, whatever it takes. It is not normal.


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