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testical pain is

treadyttready Posts: 61
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:25 AM in Back Surgery and Neck Surgery
just thought i would mention that the testical pain is due to the vertebra pushing on spine cord acording to my doc. just thought would ad tha because been getting people saying get them checked out. plus some 1 else might relate to it.


  • I havnt had a back surgery,but i have had hernia surgerys,and that pain is no fun,i hope your pain goes away soon....
  • The day of my release my surgeons assistant came in for a short visit and he matter of factly mentioned that occasionally male patients will experience 'discomfort' in their testicals due to the surgery. He said that sometimes it can be pretty intense but will become more infrequent as time passes. Luckily I have only experienced mild discomfort during the 1st week or so.

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