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Testicle pain, abdominal pain. On adderall. Express concern?

how concerned should i be about his. on june 17 my right testicle started causing a dull aching feeling then it turning into a wretched pain that never went away. along with my right abdominal hurting. i went to an internal medicine doctor and all he did was take my brood and urine an switched me back to adderall . i also went to the ER a few time because the pain was just so bad it caused me a fever of 103, nausea , and dizziness .. i was able to ejaculate once when i was going through the pain but the cum was clear an watery. not like how it usually looks. but as of 8/9/12 the pain stopped and now its just a dull sharp pain that comes an goes that isnt to bothersome. also my right testicle is horizontal. but should i still be worried?? or what should i do?
Asked On : Thu, 16 Aug 2012
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I have gone through your query. Acute episode of pain is usually seen in testicular torsion. But you have mentioned that it has resolved and you are experiencing dull pain. This is not normal and it should be investigated. I assume that your blood and urine reports came out to be normal and that is why you were put on adderall(amphetamine psychostimulant).
I would suggest you to go for a USG Scrotum after consulting surgeon.

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