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Shock sensation between testicle while exercising, lump below penis, low lying testicles. Causes?

Woke up one morning started my work out. As I was working out I got a small schock between my testicles. After I was done with my work out I got in the shower. I notice a lump or bubble below my penis in between my balls The next day I woke up and the or bubble went away. That same day I had small pains where the lump or bubble was. So I took some pain pills so calm my pains. Th e next day the pain went away and know my testicles are so low.
Asked On : Fri, 4 Jan 2013
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hi cepedatj,
I have read your question,
There is nothing to worry in your case , actually this may be just an psychological issue ,
The lump that appeared earlier was actually a swelling of lymph node , since you had used pain-killers the lump may have been cured and now there is nothing to worry ,
The testicle lowering you have stated might be just psychological since in any such case there would have been severe pain and further problems , hence it is normal ,

But If you feel any pain further I recommend you to consult a general physician / surgeon for further guidance .

Wishing you a good health,
DR.G.Gayatri devi.
Answered: Fri, 4 Jan 2013
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