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Warm feeling in testicles
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An_226271 posted:
I don't know if this is the place to discuss this but the last couple of days I have had a warming feeling in my left testicle. It doesn't hurt and it comes and goes. Does anyone know what the problem is and what should i do about it.
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Digital_Boy responded:
Hi, its best to consult a Urologist.
However I know that varicocele cause the testes to increase heat.
Consult a Urologist to determine what may be the cause through observation and laboratory test.
 
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counterso replied to Digital_Boy's response:
A varicocele would be obvious because you feel like a "bag of worms" inside the scrotum. Heat in your groin area could be a sign of infection pretty much anywhere in your body. Not likely necessary to see a urologist.

It could be as simple as sitting in a different chair, an allergy to something in your laundry detergent, or even a medication that is making your nerves more sensitive.
 
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pvanvoor responded:
Hi, I have the same symptons. Do you still have the same feeling? I have a cold/flue which may be the reason I have these symptons. Please let me know if yours was or still is anything serious? Thannks
 
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counterso responded:
It's probably nothing at all. It could be a little allergic reaction, a mild infection, or it could be your imagination. Since you reported no other symptoms, it's hard to become concerned at this point.


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