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Pain in testicle which radiates towards kidney, ultrasound, Urine, blood tests done normal. Cause?

Hi Arun, I have consulted a general physician about very mild pain on my left testicle which radiates a bit towards the kidney. I have got ultrasound, Urine tests and blood tests done. All the tests have come clean. There are no clinical anomalies. But in the last few weeks I have observed that my left testicle remains hanging and if I try to pull up my testicles, only right one comes up, the left one remains hanging. I would like to know what's wrong and how can I get it corrected.
Asked On : Wed, 16 Oct 2013
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Thanks for query on hcm.
All investigations are within normal limits than there is no need to worry.
I think it could be due to some continues extra pressure on testis due to tight under garment,during sex,exercise,sports activity.
Avoid tight under garment,Wear proper supportive under garment.
Avoid improper sitting,cycling till get cure.
Keep in touch with your family physician.

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