around 18 months ago i was going to gym doing my regular workout..
after few days there was a pain in my testicle. i was unable to seat in one position constantly initially .i was unaware of the problems but due to some thing when i stopped workout the pain vanished..
but from then on left testicle is slightly lower than the right one..
when i asked other they said i should have used supporters..
is there any medication by which i can get testicle in one line
Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!
If you had pain in the left testicle area during work outs and the pain disappeared after you stopped the work outs, then in all probability the pain was due to varicoceles or dilation of the blood vessels. This can cause a mild deformity with the left testicle appearing to be lower than the right because of the varicoceles. There is no medicine to treat this.
If the varicocele is asymptomatic and infertility (you donât want to be a father in future) is not an issue, no treatment is required. Mild discomfort can be managed by wearing an athletic supporter or snug-fitting underwear during strenuous activity or exercise (as you have been belatedly advised). Treatment options are surgical ligation, embolization and laparoscopic approach.
The other possibility is formation of a small hydrocele, making the left testicle looking lower than the right one. Again surgery is the only treatment.
Discuss these possibilities with your doctor. It is difficult to comment beyond this without examining. Hope this helps. Take care!
I have recently started workouts and have developed this pain on my left testicals and as mentioned above my left testicals hang lower than right!!...is this a serious situtation?? and i am recently married so maybe in another year i would like to become father.please suggest what needs to be done.
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