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Recurring testicular pain after being hit on the testis, had taken treatment. Which specialist should be consulted?

Hi doctor, i got hit on my left testis while playing cricket. I consulted doctor and he gave some tablets and asked to create a guard with cotton and hand key and he asked to put it regularly. I did it for one year and i feel better after some days again pain has started slightly. Could you please help me which doctor i have to concern. Thank you, Balu
Asked On : Mon, 8 Oct 2012
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Welcome to the forum. You should consult a general physician who will refer you to a surgeon if surgical intervention is required. You should be clinically assessed to diagnose the intensity of your injury/bruise. You may need to go through some investigations ans blood tests.

You had been suggested a testicular -lift and elevation that could relief you of your discomfort. Since the pain is recurring it could be due to testicular twist which is a painful condition followed by inflammation or swelling. It can also be due to inguinal hernia which results because of weakness in the pelvic muscle.

It can be treated with medication and scrotal lift but if there is no response and symptoms continue, it has to be corrected by surgery. It is a small surgery. The most important is getting yourself diagnosed correctly and get treated well. Some analgesics can be helpful but will only give temporary relief.

Have a nice day, take care.
Answered: Mon, 8 Oct 2012
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Had you done usg of testis after that hit , i will suggest you go for that and then consult the physician an always wear v - shape underwear .
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Answered: Mon, 8 Oct 2012
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