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Ingenial Hernia?

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • December 5, 2008
  • 03:55 AM

So I'd go to a doctor but I'm in University in Canada; therefore it will take like 2 weeks to see a doctor and by then i'll have flown home for xmas.
Anyways I work out every 2 or 3 days and have been making good gains; was doin the usual..bench, squats, deadlift, legpress, and then i get on the Roman Chair to do some back extensions and BAM! Pain!...walk to the restroom to see wuts going on and it looks like my left testicle has descended past my scrotum and streched an ball shaped bump in the bottom. I push the testicle back in and go home and the spot goes back to almost normal skin still a little stretched. I've been feeling nauseous for the past 2 days and there is no real pain but my left testicle feels very uncomfortable. I turned my head and coughed and felt extensively but i cant feel anything besides my two testicles. They look and feel completely normal but feel (like in my brain) heavy. Lying down helps; basically all the syptoms of ingenial hernias.
I really want to go back to workout (dont want to lose gains); is there anything that it could be besides an hernia? please tell me some other things it could be if anything to alievate some stress so i get get through finals. ***n im so stressed, my plans for this winter basically consisted of spending everyday in the gym. If it is a hernia, how long till i can lift again?? Is there anything i can do at home to figure what it is untill i see a doctor?

Thank you so much just for reading this whole thing,
if you could help out thank you again,

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