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Testicles go tight before a bowel movement. Why? Can diet solve the issue?

For about 6 months, my testicles go really tight before I have a bowel movement . The clamping of the testes then causes discomfort throughout the day. Once I have made a bowel movement however, the testes return to the normal hanging. I also feel like sitting is putting pressure on my bowels / urethera / prostate or something in that region and I just can t solve the issue with my diet i.e. good food, bran, water etc.
Asked On : Fri, 28 Sep 2012
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Hi, gazconnection,
Thanks for query.
From your symptoms it seems that you might be having Inguinal hernia.
In this case while bowel movements or standing position a part of intestine or omentum enters in scrotum giving full scrotum due to lack lower abdominal muscle.
Consult surgeon and get physically examined.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Fri, 28 Sep 2012
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