Yes. I had the same thing happen to me. I was checked for a hernia by four separate doctors (not fun), had my prostate checked (even less fun), and was told flat out that they had no idea what was wrong with me. I stopped taking Strattera, and the problem went away almost immediately, along with a number of related side-effects. It seems to be very, very rare, and is not officially documented anywhere, but I've found enough brief personal anecdotes online to make me believe that its true.
I also suffer from significant testicular pain upon taking Strattera. To test this, I stopped taking the medication and it went away immediately. I stayed off of Strattera for four days and had no pain. Last night before bed I took Straterra and awoke to significant testicular discomfort this morning.
Normally getting kicked in said testicle could cause soreness.
Testicle pain could be something as simple as a bruise, or it could be something potentially dangerous like a torsioned testicle that occurs when the testicle wraps and tangles the various ducts and vessels it is connected to inside the sac.
As long as blood is pumping through the testicle then it should have a pulse, the left testicle should have a pulse too.
Any bump or knot on the testicle need to be looked at by a doctor. Could be nothing, could be cancer. Go to the doctor, ASAP.
When I first took strattera 40mg for the first I could feel slight dizziness like if you drank 3 beers.
What are the main structures you could have observed if you had removed the exoskeleton of the abdomen? What are the main structures you could have observed if you had removed the exoskeleton of the abdomen? dunno
Is having just one testicle normal, no. Normal is men have two testicles, but it does happen. Sometimes due to an accident or illness, sometimes a boy is born with only one developed testicle and as long as it is healthy, your sex life and fertility will not be effected. Make sure you see a doctor to ensure you don't have an undescended testicle or a hernia. If the second testicle is trapped in your abdomen, it can be strangled and the one testicle you can see could end up slipping through the hernia too.
You should see a doctor. The testicles produce sperm and testosterone, if something is wrong then in the future you could have fertility problems and/or extreme pain. Its better to be safe.
Is tightness in the abdomen a symptom of early pregnancy
My son has been on Strattera for 3 years and we have never had any problem with head itching.
could be an infection in sperm sac