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hi there im 37 year old male and been get pain in the head of my penis when peeing and pain sometimes when erect , i all so have pain on my left side I’m not sure if its the testacies or the other part it is painfully to orgasm sometimes and get cramp along the area between the balls and anus
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replied August 30th, 2017


Pain is a sign of inflammation or infection.

Testicular pain which comes occasionally , without any increase in size or any other radiological or lab findings would not be significant. In some cases increased vascularity associated with sexual engorgement would also cause throbbing pain in the testicles.

If tests reveal all infection has subsided, then you have nothing to worry.



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