Whether the term “blue” refers to the color or the mood of the testicles is unclear.But thanks to the faithful hard work of a few diligent medical researchers, we have reason to believe that maybe these tender testes aren’t They chronicle the trials and tribulations of a 14-year-old boy who was brought to the emergency room (undoubtedly at the behest of a nervous mother) after he had a new onset of severe bilateral testicular pain for an hour and a half.
He's not the only one who should be complaining.
Most heterosexual women are familiar with the blue balls excuse that men use as a justification for why we must have sex with them right away.
We've all heard how painful and frustrating it is to get close to finishing and then being unable to ejaculate.
Blue balls, or Epididymal Hypertension, is that uncomfortable feeling in the penis and balls that happens when pressure isn't released.
COMMENT: A re-biopsy should be considered within the clinical context.