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Is testicle pain indicative of cancer?

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can I get some opinion
dr my woman is about to leave me
love is not a question
I love sex and desire w my lady she is everything. my mind gets goin and has interferred but unfortunately I do not drink enough fluids never been a fan of just water . anyway I sound like a broken record ,not tryn to make excusses just want insight . I have started taking overcounter meds as of yest. vit b12 testosterone booster and male enhancement when less than 2 weeks ago all functions were to moon and back dr im dying here I have had abdominal pain during first part of intercourse making my wiener not work so blood flo??? well I wonder also because of gas like pains that make my balls ache , is this a cancer sign for the prostate or are my dam nerves stopping me . I think and sometimes talk as we have intercourse my baby wants to choke the shit outta me . but this is serious as aheart attack. why what where. I have no health problems as of less than a yr ago so am I loosing my mind ??.now I am so conscious of pleasuring my partner I actually interfere.. so in my family diabetes runs ,I am the second gen. also my mother has heppititous 3? its an immune system complication where blood platelets are low . also my dad s father had althiemers ,once again bein second gen,,,,... plse respond bac as I feel im losing my mind and need a theoropist that really cant help me. desperately help

please help in my med questions .respond to first ??? and then ill know if this is a robot
Wed, 13 Jun 2018 in Urinary and Bladder Problems
Answered by Dr. Klarida Papaqako 2 hours later
Brief Answer:
Ache in the testicles is not symptom of cancer.

Detailed Answer:

Thank you for using Healthcaremagic to post your health query.
I read carefully your question and I understand your concern.

From what I understand from your description, it seems like you are more stressed that you may lose your partner, more then you have an organic problem that needs treatment. You need to relieve the stress and talk with someone in order to help yourself with that. Have you tried talking with your partner about your feelings?

Also, some advises I would give are:
1) Drink plenty of fluids in the form that you like, like teas, fruits, vegetables, and of course get yourself accustomed to drinking water gradually. That is very important for your body and general health.
2) Eat a healthy diet, especially avoid foods that do cause gasses.
3) Do activities that you like doing, so your stress will be less. Do physical activity at least 3-5 times/week, because it is not good only for your physical health but also for the mental health.
4) The ache in the testicles is not symptom of cancer. But it can be a symptom of an infection. So if it continues and does not get better, then you should see a local doctor who can examine you and understand what is going on. Maybe also consider an ultrasound of the testicles to see more in details. Other then this, I would not recommend any other test, at least with the information you have given me.

Hope this is helpful and makes sense.
Let me know if you need more clarifications.

Dr. Papaqako
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Follow-up: Is testicle pain indicative of cancer? 47 minutes later
so am i havin anxiety then maybe? cause i have no real reasonable reason to question our relationship.
Answered by Dr. Klarida Papaqako 18 hours later
Brief Answer:
Anxiety can give problems with erection.

Detailed Answer:

Thank you for the follow up question.

Yes, anxiety can cause problems with erection and relationship. But you need to be open with your partner and talk about this things so the stress gets less.

If the problem persists, then I would recommend seeing a local doctor as I suggested above too.

Kind regards,
Dr. Papaqako
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