•Tests performed during the initial visit show neither the presence of a urethritis nor probable urinary tract infection.
•Torsion is more common in men who are under 20 years of age – predominantly adolescents – but it can occur at any age. It does not present in the same way as cancer, which may not alert you to its presence other than when you notice an abnormal lump or sore in your scrotum.
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