Testicular Pain and Injuries Directory
Testicular pain is pain in one or both of a man's testicles. Testicular injuries can lead to sexual dysfunction, infertility and hormone imbalances. Testicular pain may be due to injury, inflammation, twisting of the cord that supports the testicles, or cancer. Sudden pain in one testicle is a medical emergency and requires immediate attention. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about testicular pain and injuries, how to treat them, and much more.
Testicular Pain Treatment
If your testicles have been injured or are painful, follow these first aid steps from WebMD.
Inflammation of the Testicle (Orchitis) Treatment
Swollen testicles can be a sign of infection or torsion. WebMD tells you what to do if you have this condition.
Symptoms of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)
WebMD provides an overview of common symptoms of sexually transmitted diseases, or STDs, in men and women.
Testicular Disorders and Infertility
WebMD looks at disorders of the testicles that can affect a man's fertility.
Testicular Cancer: Self-Exams at Home
The biggest key to beating testicular cancer is detecting it early. Simple testicular cancer self-exams can play a part in catching this disease in its earliest stages.
A Young Man Faces Testicular Cancer
Like most young men, the writer thought he was indestructible. Then he was diagnosed with testicular cancer and found himself in the battle of his life.
Battling Testicular Cancer
A spate of the testicular cancer in young men and boys has doctors searching for answers