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testicle pain and a hard small lump

Hi All,

I know this is a bit old thread but i wanted to make a new one because the old one is not active.


left testicle pain ( pain range between 2 to 8 out of 10 during the day)
lump on the left testicle itself( feels like it's coming from inside of the testicle a hard lump close to the tail of epididmis)
left leg pain
left buttock pain (painful 6 out of 10)
whole spine pain(uncomfortable)
feel pain everyday ( aching becomes very distracting during work)


I have left testicle varicecle (between 2 and 3 degree)
I have hydracle in both testicle
I been in pain for 7 months
caused high level of anxity
Antiboioties cause relief


Ultrasound for testies dignos varicecle
physical examination by 4 doctors
blood test
left varicecle with pain in left leg, lower back, and left buttock. the pain in my testicle is like aching pain does not go away i have it everyday and does not go worse day by day. it only get worse be the end of the day until i lay down.

been to tons of urologists no proper answers i got offered embolization they told me nothing else seems wrong. however, i am concerned about a lump on the left testicle a hard lump in the middle and bottom of the testicle closer to the right side of the testicle. no one was able to detect it by examination and the ultrasound shows the varicocle and hydrocle only.


is there a way to make sure that lump i can fell is 100% nothing to worry about?
Is the pain only caused varicocle?
should i do any more tests?
should i do the embolization?
I am really scared, in pain, and in very unstable mental state i cannot make disusions.

I am trying to go to chiropractor to fix my spine because my posture is too bad and might be causing all of the pain.

Thanks in advance please answer all questions and give me some advice and insight help me guys you are my last resort
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