recently i had pain in my testicles, on the side of my right teste, there was a minuscule lump present. I was in pain, went to A& E for tortion but it wasn't tortion. I was sent home with heavy paracetemol and after a week the pain got less but spread to the left teste. I arranged to see a doctor and he examined me, never found the lump (was only 1-2mm) so he said it was just an injury, he couldn't explain why the pain had spread so i hoped everything would get normal. He said he didn't expect it to be an infection as i wasn't showing feverish symptoms.
The Day after i woke with fever symptoms and my testicles felt hard and heavy, the bump was pretty much gone, i started having minor strains in my lower back, in my abdomen and in my pubic region. Also i had abnormal stool.
I then went to see another doctor in the same surgery about the stool. Gave a sample, have had nothing back, but he diagnosed me with either minor food posioning or a gut infection. i didn't tell him about the tesicular incident however. Would he have had information about this incident on record?
Well anyway about a month later, my stool is basically back to normal, no pain in my back, sides, and very...very little strains in my pubic region and lower abdomen. As for my testicles...the bump has totally gone, the pain has totally gone. however, what worries me is that they are still hard and heavy all round.
I am a 16 yr old male and not sexually active, any ideas what could have been the case, and should i go back to see my doc with the current conditions.
Thanks in advance
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