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Suffering with diverticulitis, pulling sensation in scrotum, fluttering in testicles. Cause?

hi, i am suffering from diverticulities and before had once an occasion of feeling like my left scrotum was being pulled in by a string. thats why we investigated and found out about diverticulitis . i still dont know how the two relate. now several years later i have this pulling sensation (pressure too) again but also it feels as if my left testicle is fluttering. its going on almost all day. left testicle feels sore also
Asked On : Tue, 8 Jan 2013
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Hi ,
Diverticulitis is an advanced stage condition , in which there are various symptoms. It is quite painful , with bowel disturbances.
However , i cannot relate testicular pain and the string like sensation you mentioned with this disease.It could be due to some other testicular disease.I suggest you undergo a CT Scan to rule out any other severe disease like IBS, Crohns disease. Also rule out possibility of gall stones.
Contact me anytime for further advice.
Wish you a speedy recovery.
Answered: Tue, 8 Jan 2013
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