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Left testicle pain
Left testicle is paining and swelling like symptoms not observed and i previously undergone left leg vericose surgery
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Hi, Some tests might be required including sonography of your scrotum basis the review of the same we’ll be in a better position to assist you further. For further guidance and assistance feel free to contact me.
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Get ur scrotum ultrasound done and share ur report with me so that I can analyze the problem and give you proper solution
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You can done doppler scrotum in standing position for better investigation , There are so many reason behind these, U need proper consultation to cure. In Ayurveda  we r serving since 4  generations as a sexologist, We Have successfully satisfied patients till 74 yrs age  . For permanent treatment consultation on line or visit us .. Serving  since 4 generations to keep every one healthy. We have satisfied pateint from  5  to 94 yrs age with clincal evidences Our all treatment are pure herbal safe USFDA approved GMP certified Halal approved is certified IEC approved
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Hello, Testicular pain is pain or discomfort that is felt in one or both testicles. The pain may originate from the testicles itself, or it may be the result of other conditions affecting the scrotum, groin. Or abdomen Testicular pain can be an acute (short-term) or chronic (long-term) condition. The testicular pain may be constant or intermittent. Potential causes of testicular pain are Varicocele. Hydrocele. Jerk… injury, twisting, Kidney stones, infection, hertnia, nerve damage, fluid buildup and inflammation. Many times testicular or scrotum pain is due to... when you are in sexual arousal mood for a long period of time without any discharge… example you are reading or watching porn material or you are with your girlfriend in a common place like in garden or somewhere... and you both are in a sexual mood while talking or reading or watching a porn material but there cannot be any discharge because of the public places.... after that when you come out of that sexual arousal mood.... you will feel a tremendous pain in your scrotum... but that is a temporary one and that pain is gone once if you masturbate or you do sexual intercourse or the pain goes in a day or two on its own. These are some steps you can take to reduce this pain. Wear an athletic supporter or Langot or tight underwear to provide support 2 the testicles. Use Ice packs. You must do sonografy of the scrotum and show the report to your family doctor or a Surgeon. Most of the times when in the report it comes varicocele and hydrocele then the permanent solution is operation only Website: www.kayakalpinternational.com
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Take usg scrotum
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