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Tight sensation between scrotum and rectum after resistance training. Due to muscle twitch?

Hey Doctor I worked out(resistance training) my legs 2 days ago and the day after ive had kinda a tight feeling between the scrotum and rectum . It comes and goes just lasts for a sec. Doesnt really hurt just feels wierd. Feels like pressure builds up. Feeling runs down to left testicle . Im 20 years old, havent gotten much sun exposure lately and my vitamens and mineral levels could be low. Could this be a possible muscle problem like a muscle twitch? Thanks
Asked On : Wed, 19 Dec 2012
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The symptoms you are feeling might be due to muscle twitch unless you had any injury to the scrotum without noticing it.

I suggest to

- avoid heavy training for some days
- take pain-killers for the pain
- do only light exercises to keep body in movement
- eat health and regular meals
- take multivitamin supplement if you are not eating regularly and not feeding with the necessary vitamins and minerals

If the pain won't go away for 1 week or you feel anything unusual, I suggest to consult your physician.

All the best!
Answered: Wed, 11 Dec 2013
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