What may cause pain in the testes and testicular atrophy? I've had these pains in my balls for nearly two years and over this period of time the testes have grown smaller. I saw an urologist when this all started about two years ago, but he couldn't find anything. At that time, everything was fine and "in good shape," but I had those pains. I've had liver/kidney/thyroid tests (blood & ultrasound) and regular blood tests, and they all came back negative (thank god). I saw an urologist for a second time last summer and he indicated I had a (light) varicocele, but told me that there was no need to take action (at the moment). I went to see another urologist last week for a blood test (hormones) and an x-ray of the kidneys and bladder. Kidneys and bladder are OK. Prostate, too. I'd like to add that I don't take anabolics. Hypogonadism is ruled out. My testosterone level has always been high (to the max - 2 yrs ago, 1 yr ago). FSH is low (within the normal range) and LH is in the middle.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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