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sever pain and swelling of one testicle
pain may be caused by sudden twisting of legs or pelvis
nausea and vomiting
lower abdominal pain
pain and swelling in one testicle
history of sexually transmitted disease
history of urinary tract infection
most common in older males
recent prostate surgery
recent bladder catheterization
gradual onset of pain, swelling in one testicle
may have painful urination
pain and swelling in front of the ear and neck
children and young adults
most common seen in India and far east
initially painless lump in testicle
lump becomes painful as it enlarges
may drain from opening in scrotum
low back pain
pain may radiate into testicle
blood in the urine
blunt trauma to testicle
rapid onset of painful swelling of testicle
scrotum may appear black and blue
pain in one testicle
low back pain
pain radiates into groin or testicle
pain radiates into legs
weakness or numbness of legs
more common in adolescence and young adults
painless lump in one testicle
history of undescended testicle
scrotal pain and swelling
discoloration of the scrotum, penis and buttocks
fever and chills
Possible medical conditions of Scrotal Pain : - Testicular Torsion - Nonspecific Epididymitis - Sexually Transmitted Epididymitis - Epididymitis - Testicular Abscess - Mumps Orchitis - Orchitis Due To Viral Agents - Tuberculosis Orchitis - Testicular Cancer - Granulomatous Orchitis - Kidney Stone - Pyelonephritis - Hamatocele - Testicular Rupture - Traumatic Scrotal Hernia - Herniated Disc - Spinal Cord Tumor - Orchitis - Fournier's Gangrene.
Medical Content Last Updated on 07/12/2008
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