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Pain in testicle

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  • Posted By: ScaredMan
  • March 13, 2007
  • 11:43 AM

Two days ago, I was climbing mountain. Nothing particular....fast walk, terrain wasn't very stipe. On return, 20 min to the start point at 2 pm I felt dull pain in my right testicle, also my iner side of the right leg next to the bottom also hurted (what I conducted to my low physical stamina).
My testicle pain didn't stop and I felt by every minute worse and worse.
Pain was that strong that on the moment I had feeling that I'll vommit.
At 4 pm I came home and lay in the bad looking for best position to avoid pain. I slept for almost two hours but when I woke I felt pain in my right testicle. It was 7 pm when I took Paracetamol 500 mg, then went to the doctor as emergecy case.
He measured my temperature which was 36.8
Urine was fine with all normal values
Blood: CRP test (reactive protein) was negative.
While I was waiting for urine/blood results my pain somehow disapeared (9:30 pm), but I had strange feeling in my testicle. It wast painfull any more but it was on my mind and I tought of it all the time.
Doctor(urologyst) examined my testicle by hand and found nothing important.

I wonder what happened to me?
Did I suffered testicular torsion?
Is my testicle dead or alive? If it is dead how should I feel it?
Does anybody had simmilar experience or know somebody?

I am scared!:(

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  • A testicular torsion must be corrected surgically. Since the pain went again on its own, I would like that is not what happened. Was the urologist concerned or have any answers for you?
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