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Abdominal pain, breathlessness and nausea after being hit on the scrotum. Have high temperature. Should I be worried?

Hi, I was kicked in the scrotum today at about 10:45am GMT by someone in my school, the reason doesn t matter, but i m worried about what this has done/ will do. When I was kicked I struggled to breath, felt like vomiting and had pains in my lower abdomen . The first two symptoms went after about 2 minutes but the abdominal pain lasted for about half an hour. My testicles were sensitive throughout the rest of the school day, so I had to sit and walk oddly. Now it s 21:30pm GMT and they are nowhere near as sensitive, but some sensitivity remains. I have a temperature and shakes, but could this just be stress?
Asked On : Mon, 3 Dec 2012
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Welcome to HCM.
No, it is unlikely to be due to stress.
Injury, fever and pain needs physical examination and evaluation.
Even though it is night time, pls visit a nearby ER for evaluation.
This may be blood collection and ultrasound scan may be needed.
Rush to the ER ASAP.
Answered: Mon, 3 Dec 2012
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