I am a 21-year-old male and have been experiencing testicular issues since the beginning of the year. It began when I visited my local hospital due to pain in my left testicle and being able to feel my swollen epididymis. I was told this was a possible varicocele and was advised for an ultrasound that came back clear. Now I am experiencing new symptoms, such as my left testicle moving to a horizontal position where it now stays and flipping over forward, so the bottom is on the top and vice versa, and feeling dull pain. I visited the hospital again, and they said it seemed fine and told me to just take Ibuprofen for swelling, but this still gives me no explanation for why I have these abnormal changes. Can you help diagnose this? Kindly help.
I understand your concern. Ten percent of testicular pains are idiopathic and have no cause. This is due to the absence of infection or structural abnormalities of the testis. Regarding the twisting, the testis is not fixed and can move and twist. If twisting causes no severe pain, then there is no need to worry about it. I would suggest you to take tablet Neurobion Forte (Vitamin B-complex) thrice daily for six weeks.
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.. very sad to learn about your problem. But at the same time, it is good to hear that you have done sonographies already. Masturbation is a common cause. I do not recommend medication and try to change your habit. Read full
.. all, you need to undergo examination and need to take medicine for the immediate arrest of the problem. You can try yoga asanas like suryanamaskar, bridge pose, straight leg raising, dhanurasana in a slow manner. Read full
Testicular pain has many causes like inflammatory, infective, trauma, and varicocele.
In your scenario, it does not seems to be infective. It is rather due to trauma or stretch, as you said after sitting in SUV. Read full
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