My son has been experiencing a variety of symptoms which began with testicular pain and includes short periods of apparent blood loss to the penis and testicles which leaves them extremely pale and cold. We thought that something inside may be pressing on a nerve and/or a blood vessel at different times. This has increased in frequency and now includes severe pain to the right side of his abdomen which can last from a few minutes to several hours. About a week ago he found a small lump in his right side which disappeared inside when he pushed it but gave him a "head-rush" feeling of pain and nausea - the lump is now undetectable. He frequently feels nauseous now. Noone can explain the symptoms and everyone he has seen so far has told him to go home and it might go away! All blood and urine tests have come back clear and he doesn't smoke or drink.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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