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Pain in testicle, inner thighs after exercising. Solution?

I am 33 year old male, about 6-7 years ago while exersicing I got minor pain in my Left testicle (The supporter wear by me was maught be tight at that time), the pain was mind so I continued excerse for few more day. As the pain was continuos, so I quite excersice. I am having fond of good health. So since then whenever I start excercising the pain gets starting. & even when I am not excersicing the feeling of pain continuously felt & the pain starts from testicle & the veins of inner thigh. While sleeping in night I have to put pilow between my leags for comfort. although it is not that unbearable but it is too long period I am suffering. so do you have any solution to get rid of this pain.
Asked On : Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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The common reason for the pain in testicles related to exercise are either trauma or rotation of testis. The trauma can occur if you are wearing tight support or if there is any direct impact. However both of them can cause pain once but not recurrent. The other reason can be twisting of your testis, which in that case can cause lot of pain and the pain stays. In case if the testis twists a lot, it can lead to torsion of testis which then becomes an emergency. Its advisable to get your self examined by a surgeon and also get a scrotal USG done to rule out the reason for the pain.
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Answered: Tue, 18 Dec 2012
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