I had a very similar problem about 4 years ago and went to the emergency room because of the pain. I went to 3 different urologist and they all seemed to think I was making it up because they could not figure out what was wrong. Even though multiple symptoms began at the moment of sharp pain. I still have this pain from time to time mostly after sex. I can no longer go multiple times usually cause of the pain. I do not get a full erection like beforehand either. One testicle often sits higher then the other, the same side as the pain, even though in the last 30 years I had never seen mine do that until that day the doc said that was completely normal for one to be way high up and one to be way low.
Any thoughts, I have been dealing with this for years and want nothing but to know what is wrong and get it fixed.View Thread
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