You have sudden, severe pain in a testicle or the scrotum. This may be a sign of testicular torsion, which needs urgent medical care.
Pain or swelling in a testicle or the scrotum gets worse over a period of several hours or days or does not go away after a few days.
Pain or swelling occurs with fever.
Pain or swelling starts after exposure to the mumps virus.
You find a lump.
You have a change in the shape, size, or feel of a testicle.
One testicle feels very heavy.
You have urinary problems along with fever, chills, vomiting, or pain in your back or belly.
Your urine is bloody, red, or pink for no clear reason.
Pelvic pain or urinary problems last more than 5 days, even with home treatment.
Pelvic pain or urinary problems suddenly change or get worse.
It hurts when you urinate, ejaculate, or pass stool.
There is a strange discharge from your penis.
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July 23, 2014
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