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Lumps or Pain Within the Scrotum
Seek immediate medical attention! Your pain could be a sign of a medical emergency, such as testicular torsion, or a severe infection such as orchitis. Failing to get urgent attention could result in severe damage to the testicle.
A kidney stone can sometimes cause pain in the testicle or scrotum. Usually the pain comes in waves rather than a steady ache, and back (flank) pain is almost always present. A kidney stone also might cause blood to show in the urine.
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- Treatment of Impotence
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