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No diagnosis for testicle pain?

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  • Posted By: xeption12
  • February 13, 2008
  • 08:35 PM

First of all this being my first post I'd like to say Hello to all the users around here and I wish you all being healty as horses.

As the title of the topic says, I have a problem regarding testicles... About 4 months ago I went to a doctor because I was experiencing some pain in the right testicle. He said everything's fine, but he also said to come after a month since it may be possible to find some bump (i've searched and i think he was reffering to testicle cancer). Having some exams i went to doctor 2 weeks a go and again he said everything is just fine. I also did an "Echography" to the abdomen because i was also experiencing pain in the abdomen and the results were again fine, as he said and the paper said too.
He also said that there might be some pain in the future because of what i just couldn't understand... something about some liquids but i really can't remember what...

Ok today i've played some footbal after a long break (like 6 months) and now i feel again some pain in the right testicle but only when i strain the femur against a wall say...

I really dont know what to say i'm kinda desperate about infertility... i can suffer the pain as long as i know there wont be any consequences :(.

Another details: i had a hernia operation like 4 years ago and 9 months ago i had some problems at my knees and the doctor recommended me to do some radiations thing... something like putting a watery rag on my knees on which there was some electric current. And also some "magnetic" things pointed to my knees. I am pretty sure they were pointed to my knees and not to my testicles... im so sure about that since i had read before that about radiations and blablabla...

Does anyone know what there might be? :( Any help is highly appreciated.

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