Hi, I have been experiencing pain in my scrotum for about almost 2 weeks, my testicles or something below feels vary sore my legs also hurt a little; feels sore. I feel like I caused this myself because this all started when I kept moving my penis like i would move it up and down while it was not erected this was due to me having OCD but have found the control to stop doing this in fear of making it worse, everything works fine but its uncomfortable and I have fear that I got Varicocele now and I'm getting paranoid if my testicles are shrinking I'm not sure if they are but its scaring me. (Details) - I go to bed and wake up feel fine for a little than the pain comes back. -sore -I get a headache, not sure if this is due to my stress over this and some chest pain. -some pain in my legs the longer I stand. -Don't know if this is related but i had a small fever at work came and went away after awhile only happened once at work.
Do you think I pulled something or strained a muscle?
Hi after taking the medication for a week I still feel a dull pain in my testicles I'm really concerned and reading all these stories online has me worried, I'm gonna try to get an ultrasound done.
What could be going on? I'm so worried I might lose my testicles so scared I cant focus in school because of this. Could you please provide advise or an idea of what might be going on, my testicles feel hard to I'm not sure if this is normal. Thank you for taking the time to answer the post on here its appreciated.View Thread
I went to a doctor but since I don't have heath insurance I don't have access to specialist, the doctor at the urgent care clinic was vary kind and did an exam and ran a urine sample , they found a small amount of blood and prescribed some Cipro 500mg I think she said it was some antibiotics but I cant really be sure and I was told to come back in in 5 days if I didnt feel better and they would do an ultrasound.View Thread
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