This happens to me also, only the pain isn't constant and only lasts for awhile. I suspect that it's just the "factory" getting back to work or recovering from the ejaculation process. Unless the pain is persistent and happens at other times than after an ejaculation I don't think you have anything to worry about. However, it's always best to check with a doc on something that concerns us....especially when we're dealing with the equipment!
It is possible that you may have a torsion of the testis. That is where the testis twists on itself. It may have intermittant pain, but it is best for someone to look at it first! It may be nothing of course and just something your testicles do after you have ejaculated! But best be checked! I gather the pain is only there when you have ejaculated? Is it red around your scrotum and when you feel your testes especially in the shower are they painful or swollen. It is good to know these things before going to your doctor! Don't forget to do regular testicular examinations and it is best whilst having a shower as it loosens and relaxes the scrotum. Also don't forget that the lumb on the sides of the testicles are the epidydimis where sperm are stored. They are not testicular cancer generally! <IMG SRC="http://www.healthboards.com/ubb/smile.gif">
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make sure you do regular checks once a month for testicular cancer after you get out of the shower or something.
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I also used to get those pains. They do come from the factory. However if they last long and are pulling, it could be a vericose vein on the testicle. Feels like a bag of worms under your testicle. Don't worry there is the epidedemis, which feels like a single worm, but it should not be more than that. <IMG SRC="http://www.healthboards.com/ubb/smile.gif">
The vericose vein interferes with the cooling of the testicle (factory) and reduce it size. This is not terrible, but it is better to remove it , especially if you would like children in the next 4 years.
I have the varicose veins on my left testicle. I think its called a variocele. it does bother me from time to time. What Roger100 said is true but I think that correcting the problem is not usually warrented unless it's really bad. You do have the other testicle should work fine as far as fertility is concerned. It did at least in my case.