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pains in stomach when touch, and my penis and testicalls keep going small and seem to be inverting into my stomach i am alway goin toilet for wee every 20 mins or less it hurts stomach when try to go the toilet the other way, the pain seems to be getting worse but this is so embarresing i cant go anywere i have lumb on the left side and it seems get bigger then it goes small then some days it goes away altogther


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replied April 9th, 2009
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The exact location of the pain and the lump were not given.
The pain in the stomach might be related to the ulcer you are going to be examined for.
As for the problem with the penis and the testicles, you might be experiencing the normal effect of the cremasteric reflex. This reflex causes pulling up of the penis and the testicle when the skin in the perineal area is irritated. This pulling up might be seen as “shrinking of the penis and vanishing of the testicles in the stomach”.
The frequent and painful urination might be related to urinary tract infection. You might want to have simple laboratory urine test that would confirm or rule out a possible urinary tract infection.


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