Hi quick question Recently Ive been noticing a dull sensation in my left testicle or perh

Hi, quick question…

Recently, I’ve been noticing a dull sensation in my left testicle, or perhaps in
my veins. It’s hard to tell which one it is. It is not a sharp feeling, or what
I would consider pain. This is only occurring in my smaller left testicle, and
not my right. I am not noticing any lumps or anything out of the ordinary.

It flares up when my testicles get stimulated or bumped. I also remember my
doctor mentioning to me, years ago, something about my testicle veins, but that
it wasn’t anything serious. Unfortunately, my doctor passed away recently.

I checked online, about this symptom, and it seems fairly common in men. I have
been active, playing a lot of sports, and have also worn boxers for most of my
life, which give my testicles little support.

I’m just wondering what this could possibly be? Most of the time, there is no
sensation, but I somewhat worried.

Thank You.

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