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Testicle pain, tightness, lower abdominal pain. Testosterone shots. What can I do?

I am 38 and My right testical started hurting last week and has gotten tight. I try to check after a hot shower but it seems to feel normal just still partly up in me. The left side seems normal. It has been very painful at times and a dull ache all the time. It hurts All the way up into my lower abdomen . I have been taking totestarone shots for a few months now but haven t really had any side affects. I can t get to my urology specialist until the first of march but if its something I should be really worried about I will go to ER. My stomach was hurting really bad and I was doubled over with pain but my stomach got messed up and that went away. The pain in testical and the drawing up started the next day. It s so bad at night I can t lay on my side with my legs closed. Any help would be great full.
Asked On : Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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Welcome to HCM,
From your history it seems that you are having acute Epididymo Orchitis giving rise to severe pain on local part and lower abdomen.
Consult your doctor urgently and get examined.
A course of antibiotic and anti inflammatory medicine will cure your problem.
Delay in the treatment might cause big problem in future.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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