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Testicular Nerves
In 2017 I had a left testicle injury,  I felt that my left testicle had gotten smaller and something was different,  I got my ultrasound done, met a urologist and a gp,  everything was reported as normal. Since the past at least 2 years (as far as I remember)  the right side of my bladder has had more sensation than the right whenever I feel the need to pee the feeling is more in the right side and few times I have to also slightly press the right side before the pee starts. I don't ejaculate much but recently when I did the sensation was definitely more on the right side and I felt that upto on my right hipbone. I've gotten ultrasound of abdomen and urine analysis previously which was okay. I might get a testicle and abdominal doppler but I wanna know if it's possible for testicle injured nerves to effect the bladder and hipbone area and can it keep increasing to more areas over time.
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Consult uro
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You are advised kindly visit and consult urologist
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Stop pressing as sonography report is normal  no major issues. Stop worrying
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Consult a urologist.
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