Testicular pain: Everything you need to know as a parent

You're reading Testicular pain: Everything you need to know as a parent, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you're enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles. Does your of age son often complain about the pain in testicles? Does he feel uncomfortable while riding his bicycles or bike? If yes! It could be testicular pain which mostly occurs among teenage boys.  It’s very uncommon to see the pain in boys above 25 years old. Testicular pain often requires immediate medical attention. If the treatment is started within 6 hrs of beginning of the pain, then the doctor can save the testicle.  If the time is exceeded above 24hrs of the start of the pain, there is only a 10% chance to save the testicle. What is testicular pain? If spermatic cord which supplies blood to the testicles becomes twisted, the cord loses the supply of oxygen and blood, causing excruciating pain in the testicles.  This pain can lead to testicular loss and testicular torsion. For most of the teenagers, if they have pain in their private parts, they feel embarrassed to discuss it. So, if you have a son, dictate him to share the genital pain or any discomfort if he has, especially in scrotum or testes. Speak immediately to the doctor and get it evaluated for the cause of pain. If medicines are prescribed, order prescription drugs online from any trusted online medicine site at your convenience.  What are the ...
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