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Recurring pain in left testicle, chronic condition, occurs after eating meat, excessive gas formation. Treatment?

I am a male 52 tears old, and have had testicle pain in the left testicle off and on for about ten years. it happens about once every month or 2.Now for about two weeks I have had it about every day and I don t know what to do.When I get the pain it usually lasts for about an hour,then goes away pretty fast. It also goes away quicker if I drink lots of water to induce a bowel movement .It seems to happen a day after eating alot of meat,and or when I am expierincing excess gas.I am fructose intolerant, so i am always fighting gas pains,and they also have gotten worse.Is this causing the pain in the left testicle? What should I do?
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Thanks for your query Based on the facts that you have posted It appears that you have Varicocele on left side.However this can be confirmed only on clinical Examination and Colour Doppler study of the scrotum.
Consult qualified Urologist for evaluation and to confirm the diagnosis.
As regards pain in testicle it is not related to your gaseous distension of bowels.but most likely to be due to varicocele.The excessive production of the gas could be due to eating excessive meat.
Take some enzyme preparation for digestion of meat.or restrict taking it
Answered: Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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