The other day i masturbated several times. About 3 and i usually masturbate at least once a day. But sometimes i notice that when i masturbate a lot it causes pain in my testicles. The pain comes slowly useually. My testicle slowly gets swollen and then slowly gets unswollen. it lasts for about 2-3 days. The thing is im not 100% sure that masturbation is what causes it. From looking arround i found that it could be something serious called tortion. Im worried it could be this. Please help me! I just need to know if i should pay money to have it looked at. I think it will go away, and i think ive learned my lesson. but please tell me if there is any chance that in the next 2 days i could be seriously damaged by neglecting to see the doctor? im planning on waiting a few days and then if it still hurts as bad as it does now im going to go see a doctor. But any advise will help tho the faster the better! thanks for your time :)
If you were experiencing testicle torsion, the pain would be so great that you wouldnât have time to write a question on internet but you would be asking for medical help desperately and as soon as possible. Torsion causes ischemia (infarct) of the testicle and ischemic pain is one of the greatest pains that exist. Excessive masturbation can also cause testicular pain but not even close to the pain that is experienced in cases of testicular torsion. You can decrease the frequency of masturbation and can consult a urologist about your testicular pain.
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