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Pain In Left Testicle?

Postby Arnott » Tue Jan 10, 2017 8:33 pm

Hello Im a 16 year old boy. Ok so ill tell you this started around 3 weeks ago. Ive been getting pain on my lower back on the left side. When I drive or sit down in a passenger seat it is really persistant but mellowed down lately. Now this past week I decided not to master bate at all. So i didn't from mon-thursday. THursday night i began having a slight pain in my left testicle and it would spread down my left leg a little and sometime it wouldn't. I went to sleep and woke up and master bated after not for like 4 days, The pain wasn't there but after a while i feel it now and its very mellow. A lot less painful than yesterday. I feel fine no sickness and id like to note that i got a ct scan and blood work done around a month ago also and ekg and a physical from a doctor 2 weeks ago. Im pretty confident it is not cancer. And i did the testicular cancer test and i feel no bumps at all. It feels a little tender to the touch but thats it. Any idea of what this could be??? Is it the lack of masterbation. I mean i usually msterbate lly like 2-3 times a day and then i all of a sudden stopped. SO yeah please help im really curious to figure it out.thanks so much.

Just to note

I have normal testicles

no history of testiuclar cancer in the family or my self.

and they dont seem bloated or swelled at all. Thanks AGAIN!!!
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Pain In Left Testicle?

Postby Willis » Tue Jan 10, 2017 8:35 pm

If this pain is persistent you should contact your doctor and don't forget to mention the back pain, They may go hand in hand.
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Pain In Left Testicle?

Postby Seanachan » Tue Jan 10, 2017 8:36 pm

Could have something to do with cessation of masturbation after 2-3 times daily routine.
See if more frequent masturbation helps.
If not, see a doctor.
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