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Heat generated in testicle area while sleeping, sitting or crossing leg. Why is this happening?

i have been having a problem in my testicle area and it has become very annoying to me at times i cant sleep , the problem is that there is alot of heat generated in that area, it is more annying at night because either i cant fall asleep because i am to uncomfortable or it wakes me from asound also happens during the day, when sitting or crossing my legs, it seems to be getting worse. could u give me any reasons why this is happening? I thank u for your time.
Asked On : Sun, 15 Apr 2012
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Hello Marc,

Welcome here on HCM.
What you told is right and there is nothing abnormal than you are simple have a problem which can be solved with not to wear inner wear so you scrotum will get easily cooled to a label of your comfort.
In night you can sleep without cloths in AC. room.

I think this measure will solve your problem.

Answered: Sun, 15 Apr 2012
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