Scrotum Pain

Scrotum pain is often a result of irritation, injury to, or infection of the testicles. Scrotum pain has no singular cause, so it's best to speak with a healthcare provider if your pain concerns you. Seek emergency care if you show signs of torsion, like swollen, blue, inflamed testicles, or nausea. Torsion can lead to a loss of testicles if untreated.
Pain in the scrotum can be a symptom of a variety of conditions, ranging from minor injuries to serious medical conditions. Common causes of scrotal pain include injury or trauma to the area, such as a blow to the testicles, inflammation or infection of the epididymis or testicles, or a hernia. In some cases, testicular torsion, a medical emergency in which the spermatic cord twists and cuts off blood flow to the testicle, can also cause severe scrotal pain.

Book an appointment


Insurance and pricing

We accept most major insurance plans. No insurance? No problem, our pricing is clear and affordable.
Contact your insurance company to check your coverage.Learn More
Skip FAQs

Questions about Carbon Health

Similar reasons to Scrotum Pain