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... Their are several things that can cause this problem, from a hernia to a pulled groin muscle. It could also be a varicosele vein in the testicle. I among many other men have this which causes minor pain in the left testes. ... (1 replies)
... s maybe a part a grain of rice on the shaft of my penis under the skin...its not attached to the muscle being i can solely feelthe bump...there are a few of them in various concerned.. ... (1 replies)
Lump in testicles
Aug 31, 2007
... moves freely around but it does seem to be connected to the testicle via some sort of vein or spermatic cord. It's positioned at the top. ... (5 replies)

... hello, im 16 years old and ive been getting the odd pain in my left testicle. its a very mild pain, and sometimes its really sensitive to the touch, but not always. ... (3 replies)
... Im 19 years old and never had any health issues until i moved into an apartment that had some black mold in the bathroom. After about 2 months of living there my symptoms hit me out of no where. ... (7 replies)
... I've had this pain for over 5 weeks now. It doesn't seem to hurt when my testicles are tight, if thats what you would call it. But when they are relaxed and sagging it's very painful. ... (0 replies)
... However, the associated testicular pain never completely left, though it did decrease in severity. ... (1 replies)
... I dont know what this is because ive been searching for other people who's had it and no one has it, Under the skin (meaning not near the skin) on the muscle side at the scrotum of my penis theres small lumps (Near retum end but close to testicles) I think its my pvc muscle im not sure Anyways theres like alot of bumps down there and they hurt if touched, they feel... (1 replies)
... with a sex worker eight weeks ago. Since then, I have had some really disturbing symptoms. It started with a red and burining scrotum along with pain and burning in my urethra when peeing. ... (1 replies)
... and carries the sperm from the testicles to the body. Epidydimitis is an inflammation of this tube, usually associated with a urinary tract infection, and can have painful urination as a side effect. ... (7 replies)
... I have always had an irrational phobia of touching my testicles from an early age in case I happen to find something "nasty". ... (0 replies)
... I'll try to be as brief and descriptive as I can. During July of last year, I began to develop a dull, sore pain in my right testicle. The pain lasted for about a month, and would become so sore at times that I had problems sitting comfortably. ... (0 replies)
Testicular pain
Mar 7, 2009
... I have the same thing. The pain I feel is from varicoceles. which is like a spider vein in your scrotum. The blood flow to your testicles could be affected. ... (4 replies)
Testicle Issue
Apr 2, 2006
... If you have a vein in the scrotum then you should get it checked by a urologist. ... (4 replies)
... I have the same problem. And it only happened very recently. My left testicle is slightly higher than the right, and the spermacular vein on my left testicle is slightly swollen (I think... ???) It also has minor discomfort, although maybe this is just psychosymatic (all in my head). Does anyone know what this might be or anything I can do to make it go back to normal? (3 replies)
... A variocele is a defect in the veins running from your testicles into the abdomen, so yes the entire vein is affected. ... (3 replies)
Aug 15, 2003
... does not feel like a tube or vein. There are many tubes, veins, and arteries in the scrotum that connect to the testicles, mostly along the back side of each testicle. These are all normal. ... (3 replies)
... I have had chronic pain and tenderness in my testicles. This has gone on for years. Sometimes the pain is severe and other times they are tender. I've been to four Urologists over this. ... (0 replies)
... Seems to me that we men would be better served by preserving our natural manufacturing ability in the event medical science catches up. ... (92 replies)
... Not exactly. What causes the area to swell is the failure of tiny valves inside the veins that carry the blood from the testicles to back up to the heart. These valves keep the blood from flowing backwards due to gravity in between heart beats. ... (29 replies)

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