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A few weeks ago I worked out for the first time in a long time (w/o proper stretching) and after 2 days I felt groin pain around the testicular region. Its been going on for a month. I wouldnt say its severe just an annoying ache. Sometimes my scrotum will feel weird, and ache and my balls will feel like they are being squeezed. It will at times radiate both sides of my testes and down my thighs and legs. The pain will disappear completely when I sleep and come back soon after I wake up. I also feel it less when I am walking around. Its not central to the testicles it moves around the groin, and into the thighs and is better some days and more annoying other days. However, must times it feels like the pain is around the scrotum. I have been reading about the possibility of it being epididymitis but can't be sure. I have not been experiencing burning while peeing, and my pain isn't focused to one single testicle. I can't be certain that the pain is in a testicle since neither are painful when I touch it, nor are they swollen. Also I have not been sexually active in months. Also I'm not sure if its common for epididymitis pain to travel into the inner thighs and into legs. Sometimes I feel aches when moving my legs. I went to a GP and he thinks its a general muscle problem. I just find it odd that its gone on for over a month now and keeps coming back to my scrotum area. Do I need to see a urologist? Or am I paranoid over a muscle problem. I've never had this kind of pain in my testes, groin area in my life, it came after a workout conveniently.
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  • Dr.Lee
    Dear friend, after reading your question and the details you provided carefully, also I have consulted lots of urologist in my clinic, we agreed that your problem probably is caused by your stretching not the epididymitis. If you don’t stretching frequently, it is possible for you to have muscle damages after stretching.
    What’s more, if you have epididymitis, the symptoms will be these:
    A tender, swollen, red or warm scrotum
    Testicle pain and tenderness, usually on one side — the pain may get worse when you have a bowel movement
    Painful urination or an urgent or frequent need to urinate
    Painful intercourse or ejaculation
    Chills and a fever
    A lump on the testicle
    Enlarged lymph nodes in the groin (inguinal nodes)
    Pain or discomfort in the lower abdomen or pelvic area
    Discharge from the penis
    Blood in the semen
    But you don’t have so much symptoms and your pain isn’t severe. Sine your pain is mild, we all agreed that your pain is caused by damages on muscles and blood stasis owing to stretching. You have mentioned that your pain gone sometimes but went back recently. That means you damages is on recovering and the stasis is getting better, but there still are some stasis, so that why your pain comes and goes. The recovering takes time. So please do not worry about it too much. The pain will disappear totally once the stasis and damages on muscles are gone.
    To confirm if you have epididymitis, you’d better go to hospital to have a test.
    For your condition, I have two suggestions for you. One is ignoring the pain and waiting the eliminating of the stasis and the recovery of damages on muscles. The other one is taking our herbal medicine if you have epididymitis which is confirmed in hospital.
    If you have any questions or want to know more treatment options, please contact our online doctor via online chat software from 9am to 5.30 pm Beijing time zone, and Monday to Saturday, emails: wuhandrlee@hotmail.com, herbalistlee@yahoo.com, skype: wuhandrlee@hotmail.com or yahoo messengers: herbalistlee@yahoo.com.

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