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ejlouboutin16
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Very minor pains in and around the testicles, probably spasms?

Posted by @ejlouboutin16, Sep 10, 2016

Hello, for this past week or so, I have been feeing some very minor pains in and around the testicles. I have checked for enlargement of the testicles, and lumps, however, these things don’t seem to be a problem, so I would rule out the possibility of cancer. Nevertheless, I have felt these pains, as if they may be just spasms, because I haven’t felt any painful urination whatsoever. But if you do have any thoughts or opinions on what it may be, anything is helpful.

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Hi @ejlouboutin16. Welcome back to Connect. It looks like you’ve talked about testicle pain the past. Are these symptoms similar or different? Here is some information from Mayo Clinic on the causes of testicle pain: http://mayocl.in/2cyZ9TD. Have you taken anything or tried any remedies to relieve the pain? I’m also tagging @gulzar and @JayE5.
If the pain continues, I would encourage you to talk with your doctor.

I have tried taking some Tylenol, however these symptoms are different, in the sense that they are less severe, at the time the symptoms were more painful, because of epididymitis, right now, it feels as if, it were spasm like pains, however, like I said I don’t feel any testicular enlargement, not any lumps for that concern.

Hello! My wife, Vickie, asked me to reply to you regarding your post! I had
a similar issue and was very concerned. I went to my local general
practitioner and then to urologists, both locally and also at Mayo in
Rochester. After many tests, they told me to take double of dose of Aleve
for a week as it was ” just inflammation” and it went away. They said they
could give me a prescription, but any pain reliever that that helps to
eliminate inflammation would do the same thing and an over the counter drug
would work. This occurred multiple times over the course of a year.
Eventually, the pain left and I have had no additional problems since three
years ago. Best wishes..

@vickiekay

Hello! My wife, Vickie, asked me to reply to you regarding your post! I had
a similar issue and was very concerned. I went to my local general
practitioner and then to urologists, both locally and also at Mayo in
Rochester. After many tests, they told me to take double of dose of Aleve
for a week as it was ” just inflammation” and it went away. They said they
could give me a prescription, but any pain reliever that that helps to
eliminate inflammation would do the same thing and an over the counter drug
would work. This occurred multiple times over the course of a year.
Eventually, the pain left and I have had no additional problems since three
years ago. Best wishes..

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I have felt, the area for some inflammation, and it appears that the epididymis is quite swollen, but I have tried taking anti inflammatory mess, and it has helped quite a bit

I had same issue and the pain disappeared by itself in two weeks, I think you need to wear a fitted underwear.

Did, you have epididymitis or just inflammation?

As some of you may remember, several days again I posted a question in regards some minor pains that I had within the testicular area, however as of right now, I don’t feel any pains whatsoever, nor have I for the last 24 hours, however, should I still go to the doctor to get it checked? Because, back in April I was diagnosed with epididymitis, and was prescribed with Cypro to take for ten days, as well as recommended for a check up after having finished that treatment. Since, I didn’t feel any symptoms after finishing the treatment, I thought of not showing up, since I didn’t feel any pain. But now, that I have felt pains lately, although not now, should I go again? Could I have chronic epididymitis? Or is it something else?

Hi @ejlouboutin16. I’m glad to hear you’re no longer in pain. However, it is advisable to see your doctor again, especially since it was recommended to do so after finishing treatment. It’s good to be proactive in your health.

@nategilbraith I am looking at going tomorrow just to avoid further complications

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