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Testicular Pain (Right, Left Side, and Back Pain)

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What caused your testicular pain? Submit Your Comment

Comment from: Stephen, 55-64 Male (Patient) Published: June 05

I had a motor bike accident 2 years ago where I landed with the corner of the car between my legs and since then I have developed enlarged prostate and consistent testicular pain which makes me feel fragile in movement.

Comment from: user_1288, 35-44 Male (Patient) Published: June 27

After suffering for several months, going through several antibiotics (which kill all your good gut biota), I finally found that my issue was a nerve impingement in my groin, that was sending referred pain to the testes. It's not 100 percent, but at least I know what is causing the testicular pain, and rather than nasty drugs, now my treatment is simply physiotherapy and yoga.

Comment from: suyoh, 35-44 Male (Patient) Published: July 09

I have pain in both testicles. I treated for orchitis with antibiotics but still there is pain. I underwent hydrocele surgery. Now I have pain again.

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