Testicular Trauma

We often watch comedies and find it hilarious when a man receives a kick to the groin or anywhere near his penis. This is a simple yet effective way to get us to laugh. Its popularity may be due to the fact that when the man is hit there, he goes down with the funniest facial expressions.

In real life, getting kicked isn’t nearly as funny as what we see in movies and on TV shows. These men experience pain that is real and severe. Women also use this as a method to debilitate attackers, in reality.

The Danger of Testicular Trauma

The pain that men feel after a kick or hit in their groin is caused by testicular trauma. This part of their body is extremely sensitive, and the pain goes throughout his entire body. This pain can be felt by males of all ages. This is why it is important for parents to protect this area in their children when the children engage in dangerous situations or strenuous activities, like sports.

Not only is there pain involved with testicular trauma, but long term effects can also be seen. There may be internal testicular bleeding, ruptures, or fractures. These issues can result in the loss of a testicle, if treatment isn’t immediate. Testicular rupture is especially dangerous because the testicle is completely destroyed.

Losing one testicle won’t result in having low testosterone or reproduction, but young adults may have feelings of inadequacy.

Testicular Torsion

Losing a testicle is very rare because it would require extremely strong force, but there are other things that can lead to losing a testicle. Testicular torsion is a condition in which the veins connecting the testicles become twisted. This causes blood flow to decrease, and the testicles lose function. The problem with testicular torsion is that other veins can be twisted also. The person will have problems getting an erection or possibly might not have any feeling at all in his penis.

Signs of testicular torsion are things such as feeling a great deal of pain for several and swollen testicles. Medical attention should be sought immediately if damage to the testicles is to be prevented.