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Sore Right Testicle

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Recently I've been having a dull pain in my right testicle for almost a week now. It's not constant but now and again if I move a certain way I feel this dull sort off pain in my ball.

I'm 26 years old and masturbate almost every day once maybe twice and could be anything upto 8 or 9 times on a Saturday and Sunday. Mostly I masturbate leaning on the same side and I feel it when I am doing it.

I've had it before in the past a few times so stopped masturbating as much and it lasted a couple off days before disappearing. I've not had sex since August so it makes me wonder if I'm overdoing the chugging??

Thanks in advance

Edited by JizzyRascal

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As Edited says go to your doctor. I had something similar and they quickly got me examined by a consultant and scanned. Luckily it was a hydrocil not the big C. But get it checked out.

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Thanks guys

Dave51: what was the treatment bud?

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Suggest go to A&E now (not tonight unless you want to wait 4 hours whilst they patch up drunk drivers and pub brawlers).

 

Not wishing to sound alarmist but if you go to GP he will probably only refer you to hospital anyway.

 

I had similar pain once and it turned out to be a blockage that required surgery - not serious but could have been if I'd left it.   :o

 

I actually had a friend once whose testicles swelled up to almost the size of tennis balls and hurt like hell - as I recall, he told the nurse (hearsay) that he quite liked the swelling but could she make the pain go away - true story!!! :D

Edited by raylondoner

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Go to the doctor's.

 

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Suggest go to A&E now (not tonight unless you want to wait 4 hours whilst they patch up drunk drivers and pub brawlers).

 

Not wishing to sound alarmist but if you go to GP he will probably only refer you to hospital anyway.

 

I had similar pain once and it turned out to be a blockage that required surgery - not serious but could have been if I'd left it.   :o

 

I actually had a friend once whose testicles swelled up to almost the size of tennis balls and hurt like hell - as I recall, he told the nurse (hearsay) that he quite liked the swelling but could she make the pain go away - true story!!! :D

Don't go to A&E, that's for Accidents (which this isn't) and Emergencies (which this isn't) Visit a doctor or walk in centre.

 

A&E visit won't get you referred any quicker (if indeed you need referring) and they'll probably just tell you yo go to your GP.

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SORE RIGHT TESTICLE?

 

I sore a right testicle once.  It was just next to a left testicle.

Edited by Carter Hall
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Jizzy it was a minor operation they flip the lining in the scrotum and stitch it up. Only problem was I picked up an infection and now due to that little Dave needs a bluey to get hard. But as I said get it examined. The GP referred my to hospital the consultant arranged a scan within a few weeks and the operation was about 3 months later as it wasn't cancer. If it had been cancer the operation would have been within day's. Hope this helps.

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Sounds like you already worked out what the reason is yourself. SNS…self nad squashing, whilst wanking. Still…go to the doctor and get get checked out. DONT go to A&E… thats for emergencies and you will likely sit there for several loooong hours after you have admitted to the triage nurse that your bollock hasn't undergone a stabbing or a crushing accident and you are not pissing blood.

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Can i just add to the other good advice on here,get a new hobby :)

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