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    Hi. So a few days ago I felt a sudden quick pain in my left testicle. It was fine immediately but something felt off. I went to see my doctor and everything was fine, no infection, lumps/ cysts etc. However, it's my right testicle that feels out of place. I'm experiencing pain, which sometimes goes to my abdomen. This pain however isn't exactly bad. It's definitely tolerable. Just annoying. But my right testicle just oddly feels out of place. Any ideas?
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    Errr No im afraid that is an odd issue as im not sure how it can be 'out of place' they're floating if you like arent they but generally speaking testicular pain can be a sign of an infection blossoming be it a cold or the like either way if it continues id go get it checked by a specialist, don't want to discover a year from now it was something sinister and just happened to stop hurting aye? Better safe than sorry.
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    If it continues for more than a few days go back to the doctor again, if they can't find anything see another, consider a private hospital. Testicular pain is often something serious.
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    If it continues for more than a few days go back to the doctor again, if they can't find anything see another, consider a private hospital. Testicular pain is often something serious.
    May I ask why a private doctor? A specialist sure but a private hospital offers no tangible benefits really?
    Also pain in the testes isn't usually something sinister, no need to scare the OP its worth checking definitely but pain in a certain area like this doesnt generally mean something bad, just saying and all
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    I'm assuming by out of place he means it hangs lower or something similar.

    OP you're going to have to go to the doctor. Know how this feels though, send me a PM if you want to discuss it or anything pal.

    Keep us updated as well

    Good luck.
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    I'd recommend going to see your doctor again - or possibly go to the Hospital. It can be very serious (not to scare you or anything), get it checked out again
 
 
 
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