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Posted by: Jay | 2010-02-08

testicular pain

Left testicle gives some pain from time to time.
Sometimes pain on left side, but after some
massage it disappears.
74years old, otherwise healthy.
Eating raw as much as possible. No tea, sugar
meat, milk and eggs.
Something of concern?
Thanks

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Hallo Jay
Testicular pain could be from inflammation or infection of the testicles or tubes behind the testicle, but in some cases it can be referred pain from the spine or a kidney stone. A hernia can also cause testis pain.
Read more on http://www.emedicinehealth.com/testicular_pain/article_em.htm
Let your doctor test your urine and do an examination of the testis to see if there are any visible causes for the recurring pain.
Dr Bets

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Posted by: cyberdoc | 2010-02-08

Hallo Jay
Testicular pain could be from inflammation or infection of the testicles or tubes behind the testicle, but in some cases it can be referred pain from the spine or a kidney stone. A hernia can also cause testis pain.
Read more on http://www.emedicinehealth.com/testicular_pain/article_em.htm
Let your doctor test your urine and do an examination of the testis to see if there are any visible causes for the recurring pain.
Dr Bets

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