Back pain affects millions of people at some point in their lives. It can develop due to many causes, from illness to injury. While back injury and testicle pain together are rare, they can happen and one can develop because of suffering the other.
For example, if you suffer a lower back injury, there is a chance you could damage one or more nerves in that area. Sometimes this may be temporary and caused by swelling from the injury. At other times, damage to the nerves can be permanent. However, in each case it is possible to suffer testicular pain if those nerves are the ones that were damaged or affected.
What should you do?
If you have had a back injury and you are suffering pain in your back and in other areas, you should see your GP. Sometimes, you may suffer this because of an accident. It’s possible to receive a blow to the back that causes plenty of symptoms, even if there is no visible damage beyond some bruising.
It is always best to be checked out following any accident. Sometimes, the adrenalin you feel at the time can mask any pain you have, and you don’t realise you have back pain until later. This is particularly typical of a car accident but it can happen at other times as well, such as following a fall, for instance.
Are you suffering from back injury and testicle pain, or have you had this within the last three years?
While not all instances of back injuries will lead to a compensation claim, those that have evidence of negligence involved may do. It’s your decision to find out more, and it is easy to do so by calling us at Accident Advice Helpline today. Call now on 0800 689 0500 on a landline or use 0333 500 0993 if you only have access to a mobile and you want to get in touch as soon as possible.
A back injury and testicle pain can be unpleasant and can make you feel self-conscious too. If someone else was responsible for your injury, make sure you know how to get the advice you need regarding a compensation claim. For even faster answers, why not have a go at our online test, ready and waiting for you to try free today? You could be on the road to getting some answers.
Date Published: November 16, 2016
Author: Allison Whitehead
Category: Back injury claim