Why do my son’s balls hurt?
Infections: A number of bacterial or viral infections can cause swelling in the testicles or in the epididymis (the coiled tubes that link the testicles to the vas deferens, which carry sperm). In sexually active teens, infections such as chlamydia or gonorrhea can cause swelling and pain.
What does it mean if a 12 year olds balls hurt?
Testicular pain in teens could be a sign of testicular torsion. The most important thing to know about testicular torsion is that it is an emergency that must be treated immediately. But, it can be difficult for teenage boys to talk about their testicles or tell a parent if they are having pain.
How do you untwist a nut?
Surgery is required to correct testicular torsion. In some instances, the doctor might be able to untwist the testicle by pushing on the scrotum (manual detorsion). But you’ll still need surgery to prevent torsion from occurring again. Surgery for testicular torsion is usually done under general anesthesia.
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