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The testicles are the most sensitive part of the male body. Throughout life, you should always keep an eye on them with a maximum level of care. You should always pay attention to those spurts of pain, as they can tell you a lot about what’s going on. It is essential to consult your doctor before jumping to irrational conclusions. The biological function of the testicles is for conceiving a child one day and regulating testosterone levels. If you ignore obvious red flags, your future health might be in jeopardy. Keep reading for the most common causes of testicular pain.

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1. Inguinal Hernia

You didn’t know about the possibility of a hernia right there? Well, it is possible, and it’s more common than you think. A hernia is a piece of fatty tissue that slips away where it shouldn’t. When it escapes its boundaries, you can experience pain and discomfort in many ways. Testicular pain may be a sign of an inguinal hernia. It happens at the point where your thigh meets your torso. It is not a testicular problem, but a hernia passes there and causes pain. The testicles are in the direct line of the route that a hernia takes. With a proper check-up, you can get relieved of it in no time.

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