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  • Posted By: brandon4567
  • September 27, 2007
  • 01:55 AM

My name's Brandon. I live in PA, and I just turned 16.

For a few months or so now, I have been having pain right behind my testicles after I urinate. It's kind of like a pinch, and I can't tell exactly where it's coming from, but it hurts. Right after I urinate, is when it happens, and it only hurts for a few seconds or so.

Last month though, I felt my left testicle checking for lumps, and found what I believe is one. I'm kind of scared to tell my parents, and go to the doctor because of what might happen. It's kind of like I'm almost scared I might die soon, and I want to spend the rest of my life happy. (I assume too much, I know.) I know the chance in dying is slim (I hope =D..) But I'm very much in love with a girl who constantly needs my attention (I'm glad.) And I think that's kind of what held me back for a while. I just didn't want to scare her I guess.. But I'm thinking about getting it checked out.

I just wanted to post here, so I might have a better idea of what I may be dealing with. It's ok, I've already prepared myself for the worst answers, so be honest with your opinions.

Well thanks for actually taking the time to read this. And thanks for responding, to anyone who may. Thanks!! =D

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  • Hey Brandon, hope you have been to the doc by now! If not, please go- this is much more likely to be a treatable infection than anything else. Don't suffer any more- go to the doc!!!!
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    • October 12, 2007
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