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Lower abdominal pain, testicle pain. Ultrasound normal. Testicles shrink when having sex or in cold weather

I have been having pain in my lower abdomen and my testicles for the last 8 years , my testicles will hurt and shrink and alot of times go up into my lower abdomen. When it s cold , when I have sex or sometimes for no reason at all. Or if im just working out .. I have had a ultra sound twice on my testicles with nothing being found, its driving me crazy affecting my every day life.
Asked On : Tue, 12 Mar 2013
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Thank you for the query.

What you do suffer from is retractile testicle. This condition is caused by hypersensitivity of cremaster muscle and leads to migration of the testicle to the inguinal canal. This happens usually when is cold. It gives pain and the testicle can be palpated in the groin area.
I suggest you to visit urologist. Most likely you will need a surgery which will permanently solve your problem.

Hope this will help.
Answered: Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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