Testicular pain or blue balls (a condition in which the testicles feel sore from being overly stimulated but fail to reach ejaculation) may be uncomfortable, but they are not dangerous. You are not alone because almost all men have experienced it. Actually not many studies that examine how to deal with testicular pain. Fortunately, there are a few tips you can follow to get rid of them. The best solution is to have an orgasm, but you can also choose other options. Either way, you don't have to worry about this problem.
Method 1 of 2: Quick Solution
Step 1. Get an orgasm to release tension
This is the fastest, easiest, and most enjoyable way to deal with testicular pain. After getting an orgasm, all the blood will come out of the genitals so the problem will go away. The sooner the better so you should start right away! You can do it yourself through masturbation, or have sex with your wife. This method is very safe as long as you can have an orgasm or ejaculate.
- Never use sore testicles to pressure your wife to be willing to have sex. You can handle it yourself if your wife is tired or not feeling well.
- Women can also feel the same way when they are very aroused without having an orgasm. The solution is the same.
Step 2. Apply a cold compress to the testicles if you don't want to use the orgasm method
Sometimes this problem arises at the wrong time to have an orgasm, or you just don't want to do it. Fortunately, there are several options for treating testicular pain. Try applying a cold compress to the testicles. You may feel uncomfortable at first, but this can relieve pain and restrict blood flow. You will feel more comfortable until the pain is gone.
- Taking a cold shower may seem cliché, but it can also treat sore testicles! Try to splash a lot of water on the testicles.
- When using a cold compress, always wrap the compress in a towel. Never apply it directly to the skin.
Step 3. Do exercise to get blood flowing to other parts of the body
There is no real evidence that this method works, but some men have found it useful. Do exercise to drain blood from the genitals to other body parts. This action can at least distract from the pain until the pain in the testicles disappears.
It may feel uncomfortable at first until the blood in the genitals drains
Step 4. Divert your attention by doing other activities so that you forget about the pain
Even if you just stay silent, actually testicular pain can go away on its own without causing problems. While waiting for the pain to go away, distract yourself with anything until the pain goes away. Do activities that you like until the blood in the genitals flows naturally.
- Activities that require concentration of the mind, such as solving puzzles or playing complex video games, can be good distractions.
- You can also engage in physical activity (such as exercising) to distract yourself. This method can also work well.
Step 5. Take your mind off sexual matters so the problem doesn't get worse
Thinking about things that smell sexual will not relieve testicular pain, unless you are really trying to have an orgasm. This actually makes you constantly aroused and blood can not flow from the genitals. Get rid of those dirty thoughts and focus on thinking about something else to distract yourself.
Method 2 of 2: Identifying Painful Testicles
Step 1. Watch for testicular pain when you are aroused
Testicular pain only appears if you are aroused. If you are aroused without having an orgasm and your genitals feel sore or sore, you most likely have testicular pain. You can start to relieve the pain now.
- Each person may feel a little differently. Some people find their testicles heavy or swollen, not painful. Some people can feel a regular pain or sharp pain around the genitals.
- Remember, testicular pain is not dangerous. You don't need to go to the doctor, unless the pain doesn't go away.
Step 2. Don't just look at the blue testicles to confirm that you have testicular pain
Despite the name (blue ball in English means blue testicle), your testicles may not actually turn blue. It may be that only your scrotum is slightly blue, or some areas where blood vessels may be turning slightly bluish, but the color may not be as conspicuous. Don't just rely on this sign to make sure your testicles are sore.
The scrotum may turn red or pink instead of blue. This is blood that has accumulated in the area
Step 3. See a doctor if the testicular pain doesn't go away for more than a few days
In general, testicular pain will go away on its own within a few hours and the problem will not be prolonged. However, if the pain doesn't go away even though you've had an orgasm, you may have another underlying problem. Wait a few days and see if the pain goes away. If it still doesn't go away, go to the doctor for a checkup.
You really don't need to go to the doctor just because you have testicular pain as long as the pain goes away. This is normal and harmless
Step 4. Go to the doctor if your testicles are painful even though you are not aroused
You may think that testicular pain is caused by testicular pain. However, if your testicles are painful and you're not aroused at all, this may not be due to testicular pain. Maybe you have another problem. If your testicles are painful for no reason, you should see a doctor for a check-up.