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All you need to know about symptoms, causes, and treatment for testicular pain

Testicular problems begin with pain in the abdomen or groin before pain develops in the testicle, and the condition of pain must also be diagnosed by a doctor, and testicular cancer causes a lump to appear on the testicles, which is mostly painless while testicular torsion requires quick medical treatment, in the report. Next we look at the symptoms, causes, and home remedies for testicular pain.

What are the symptoms of testicular pain?


The main symptom of testicular pain is the feeling of pain or discomfort in one or both testicles, the pain may start from the testicle itself, or it may spread to the testicles due to other health conditions related to the scrotum, groin and abdomen, and testicular pain can be an acute condition (short term) or In fact, chronic (long-lasting) pain, and the pain can be frequent or continuous, testicular pain may be accompanied by swelling or inflammation, but there are no other specific symptoms of testicular pain.

What are the main causes of testicular pain?



It is an infection that originates in the epididymis, which is the organ in which sperm mature before they leave the body, this infection can cause symptoms such as pain, a feeling of heat in the scrotum to the touch and swelling, and sexually transmitted diseases such as chlamydia and gonorrhea can cause epididymitis, as it can Urinary tract infections also lead to epididymitis.


Testicular tumor:

It can also cause pain and swelling in the testicle area. Other accompanying signs may also include a mild pain in the groin and a lump in the testicle. Symptoms of a testicular tumor can resemble many other conditions that affect males.


Varicocele :

  A varicocele may also have an effect on a person's fertility. Healthcare experts do not know what causes a varicocele, but it can be treated surgically.


What home remedies for testicular pain?


 Cold press:

Dip a soft cloth in cold water and wring it out to remove the excess water, then apply it to the testicles. Gently squeeze it for a more effective healing, do this 3-4 times a day, and there will be a reduction in symptoms of inflammation and pain.

lying down:

One needs to lie on their chest so that the testicles are not drooping, this can help reduce pain but it is not a long-term solution to testicular pain. You can also support the testicles while lying down by placing a rolled towel under the scrotum.