Male content… balls/testicles/townhalls etc Anxiety
Since this forum appears to be male dominated this seems like a fair place to ask !
Do you ever get squashed ball syndrome ? I think its the way they “sit/hang” in a particular pair of jeans, or when sleeping on side etc…and the more I check to see if its okay I get this squashed ball syndrome feeling…been to the docs in the summer and she said stop touching you’ve inflamed em !
I did stop and it went away! But when I feel anxious it all starts again with the touching checking ! I suffer anxiety of dying young ( Im 40yrs old) one of my parents died when I was a teenager…I attend psychotherapy sessions and it does help…anxiety/ depression its a f cku
The guy next door to where I work always says when his piles are playing up his balls hurt ! Now I dont get that…
Stories please keep it clean and be grown up !
Bad day today !Posted 4 years agomidlifecrashesSubscriber
I suffer anxiety of dying young ( Im 40yrs old)
Too late for that now, grandad!
(midlifecrashes, aged 48 1/2, before anyone calls me on it!)
Seriously, though, a mild case of jock itch will cause me to want to adjust regularly, athletes foot spray liberally to the “chamois area” gets rid in a few days.Posted 4 years agomaccruiskeenSubscriber
Do you ever get squashed ball syndrome ?
if you mean tender/bruised feeling rather than itchy scratchy (and its established that your clackers are otherwise healthy and theres not, for instance, an infection of some sort) then it could be ‘referred pain’ sometimes pain is felt somewhere other than where the source is – for instance I had abdominal surgery once and it made my collarbones hurt. Some kinds of hernia feel like pain in the balls, also lower back pain and sciatica can be felt in the plumbs.Posted 4 years ago
maccruiskeen – Member
Do you ever get squashed ball syndrome ?
if you mean tender/bruised feeling rather than itchy scratchy (and its established that your clackers are otherwise healthy and theres not, for instance, an infection of some sort) then it could be ‘referred pain’ sometimes pain is felt somewhere other than where the source is – for instance I had abdominal surgery once and it made my collarbones hurt. Some kinds of hernia feel like pain in the balls, also lower back pain and sciatica can be felt in the plumbs.
No itching or scratching and everything is working as it should 😉
Just been feeling to much trying to find that imaginary lump that’s not there…sometimes I cant help it be at work and go for a wee and then check…its no fun having anxiety !Posted 4 years agobikebouyMember
Only suffer squished balls when roadie riding for long periods, say 120 miles or so. Used to get numb balls all the time, thats stopped quite some time ago when I tipped my seat further forward a couple of degrees, now only happens if really cold (sub zero) riding.
Get yer Mrs to handle them for you, you’ll find she will handle them far less than you do. 😉Posted 4 years agobigjimSubscriber
have you had an std test would be the first question? if you are still genuinely concerned go see a male doctor or go to the gum clinic. I had a sore bollock with a small lump and after much stressing and men with moustaches in dark rooms smearing ky over them (ultrasound), it turned out to be a harmless cyst, which I’ve since found out a couple of mates have also had. If you suffer from anxiety then you should just get it properly looked at so you can worry about other stuff.Posted 4 years ago
I don’t have a sore bollock or any lumps, as I said earlier its self induced from to much “checking” I also went to the docs in the summer and she said stop touching !
If you suffer from anxiety then you should just get it properly looked at so you can worry about other stuff.
Id like to say no that’d be the end of it but no anxiety will get you somewhere else !
bigjim good advicePosted 4 years agoteamhurtmoreSubscriber
Sympathies as had it this weekend/have it now (sorry TMI!!!)
Newish pair of trousers, bit shallow in the crotch and a few hours motorway driving over the weekend. Squashed badly and no sympathises from family members when the need for adjustment arises. I should not have packed light and trusted on one pair!!
Much looser pair of trousers today!!!!Posted 4 years agotomasoSubscriber
This is probably not going to help but here you go anyway….
A mate I met at university the summer before he started awoke in excrutiating pain in his knackers. It was unbearable and he got in his Mini and drove uncomfortably to A&E. After the same check of drop you pants and a prod of his sore balls by a nurse, doctor, consulatant and then surgeon he was confirmed as having twisted a testi in his sleep and cut the blood supply off. He was wheeled through into the operating theatre to save his remaining good one and had the knackered knacker removed. The good knacker was sewn to his scrotum to prevent his opportunity for procreation being further hampered.
It is incredibly rare for this to happen. If you are worried, and several friends at uni were after this scare story, the advice is to wear snug briefs and keep you feels tucked up out of harm.
On a more positive note my mate was not shy and told everyone about his misfortunre, especially girls who in disbelief often checked for themselves by popping an investigatory hand down his pants. He never objected to female verification of his status as a womble and it has never harmed his love life.Posted 4 years agoMrNuttMember
Schedule yourself an allotted time to check your balls for growth, you may find it easier if you start with a once/twice a day only routine. but put it in your phones calendar, perhaps first thing in the morning then last thing at night.
Only allow yourself to check during the appointed time, if you are anxious then tell yourself this: “there is no feasible way my balls can have grown something between now and this mornings exam, its only X hours until the evening exam, they can wait.”
Now if you can manage to stick to your twice daily exam for say a fortnight then I’d suggest that you drop ether then morning of evening exam, then if you manage that for another 2 weeks you could try every other day, and so on.
Hope that helps, now wash your hands.Posted 4 years ago
I think the “thigh gap” you refer to is called “box gap.”
Not according to the Guardian 😉Posted 4 years ago
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