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Husband testicle pain, no STD, wife fungal infection. Reason?

i have done v d rl and hiv .that is normal, that mean i dont have any std . and my wife has fungle infection...and i have testical pain....but there is nothing in my testical i had check by ultrasound of testical that is normal....why i have testical pain....may be fungle infection of my wife.? but she is treated what i do is there any check up for both of us...
Asked On : Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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Sexual Diseases Specialist 's  Response
There are many causes of testicular pain.To
attribute testicular pain to fungal infection is remorte possibility. Testes can have many sort of referred pains.There can insult to testis due to any reason especially one cannot remember it when is during intercourse.One can have pain testis due to high frequency of sexual intercourse. If medical and surgical reasons has been ruled out then element of psychogenic pain become very important.This can be sign of depression or part of somotization.Treatment is very easy. Just ignore it.More you pursue it more it will aggravate

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