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Testicular pain during high sex drive, goes away on having sex. Causes and treatment?

i am experiencing pain in my testicular area. it comes and go from time to time. ive notice that the pain occurs mostly when my sex drive is very high and if i engage in intercourse the pain subsides or goes away completely. i have check for lumps on my testicles and for swelling there are not signs of either. so my question is what could be possible causes of this discomfort
Asked On : Sun, 5 Aug 2012
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Hi ! The pain in your testicles could just be due to congestion in the testes of seminal fluid. That is why it subsides or vanishes after having an intercourse. You should also wear some kind of well fitting underwear which acts as a scrotal support which will help in subsiding the inflammation of the testes caused by trivial trauma to the same either during intercourse or during work. You can also take some over the counter anti inflammatory drugs if need be. I will suggest you to go for a routine urine test as well. Wishing you an early recovery.
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