Why do my Testicles Hurt?


Testicle pain may be caused simply because someone gave you a good pop in them and bruised them lightly. However, if pain persists for more than a day, is excruciating, is accompanied by swelling, or is accompanied by blood in your urine or semen
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Your testicles have many more nerve endings than much of the rest of your body so they are more sensitive to pain then the rest of your body.
The testes is especially susceptible to pain because it has a very RICH nerve supply. Almost every part of the reproductive system is blessed with abundant nerves so that it is able
Testicular pain has many causes including trauma, infection, testicular
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