The testicle is an integral part of men's reproductive organs. It mainly generates sperm to help men provide high-quality semen. Once there is a problem with the testicle, it will lead to the decline of male sexual function and affect fertility. Testicular pain is a common problem and most men will worry about the cause of testicular pain. It can be related to the following diseases.

1. Varicocele

Varicocele is a relatively common andrological disease, which often occurs in adolescents. The main reason is that spermatic vein reflux's obstruction will lead to blood reflux to make the spermatic vein expansion. In this case, the testicle continues to swell; there will be a noticeable swelling feeling.

Simultaneously, some will be accompanied by pain, especially when tired or standing for a long time. The persistent varicocele will lead to male infertility, poor blood circulation, blood retention, and metabolites' excretion in the testis and affect spermatogenesis function.

Varicocele should be treated according to whether the patient has infertility or abnormal semen quality, whether there are clinical symptoms, the degree of varicocele, and other complications. The treatment includes general treatment, drug treatment and surgical treatment. Surgical treatment is the primary treatment method, which can achieve the ideal therapeutic effect.

2. Testicular damage

The testicle is concentrated in the scrotum. Due to the loose structure of scrotum tissue, the range of activity is relatively broad. If you ignore it, the testicle will be damaged.

According to the degree of damage, doctors will take different treatment methods. Take surgery combined with anti-infective drug treatment to relieve pain and repair injury. The patients with testicular injury and shock should be treated with anti-shock therapy, analgesia, and hemostasis.

3. Genital infection

The most common genital infections are prostatitis, orchitis and epididymitis. Prostatitis will make men feel obvious swelling pain in the perineum. Mainly because pelvic muscle contraction will control the prostate nerve, there are pain signals. That is, men can feel apparent pain in the testicular or other parts. The pain will be aggravated when the inflammation is more severe.

The epididymis is located at the upper end of the testis, which can help store sperm and promote sperm's rapid maturation of sperm. When complicated with infection, it will cause inflammation, which is also one of the main reasons for testicular pain. Most acute epididymitis is related to bacterial infection.

In this case, people should treat these diseases first, and then the testicular pain will be relieved. For bacterial infections, take oral antibiotics. For chronic illness, oral herbal medicine treatment, such as Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill, can effectively penetrate the prostate capsule so that drugs can get into the prostate to achieve a good therapeutic effect.

4. Testicular torsion

Testicular torsion is an acute disease. It only takes 6 hours after the onset of the disease. Once more than 6 hours, it will lead to testicular necrosis. In the early stage of the disease, testicular torsion will have obvious symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, testicular swelling and hot springs.

Once you feel testicular pain and accompanied by other problems such as nausea and vomiting, you need to seek medical advice in time, and then take the best measures to protect the testis.

After the testicular torsion diagnosis, strive for immediate surgical reduction and complete the operation within 6 hours after the symptoms appear. After resetting the torsion testis, the blood supply is normal, and then the testis, spermatic cord and scrotal tunica vaginalis are intermittently sutured and fixed to avoid postoperative recurrence.

Generally speaking, there are many reasons for testicular pain. Once men find out that they have apparent pain, take measures to determine the causes in time. Don't ignore it because it's just a temporary pain. Some diseases are ignored and not treated in time, leading to aggravation of the disease and irreparable consequences.

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