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by Geordie -
Good morning from the UK!
Around 3 months ago I found something to the rear right hand side of my Right Testicle, not a lump a such in that I would always describe a lump as a ball shape so a pea or a gumball.
What this appears to be is one of the tubes that is connected to the testicle though it is rock hard and very painful to touch and appears to be getting bigger.
If it is squeezed very gentley it feels like I have been kicked in the knackers but ends with me having a tugging feeling in my lower abdomen on the right hand side and also in my lower back on the same side.
Even without a squeeze most days my abdomen and back are uncomfrotable and recently last 6 weeks or so I am struggling to stay awake, feeling very lethargic and down.
I have been to the doctors originally when I found this and started feeling the discomfort in my back however the diagnosis was that it was nothing to worry about. Since then however it has grown and the tiredness and abdomen/back pain have worsened.
Anyone any experience of this and what should my next move be?
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