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  1. Testicles are oval shaped reproductive organs located in the scrotum.
    If you’re experiencing pain in the testicle, you need to have your symptoms evaluated.

    Causes of Pain in the Testicle:
    * Testicular torsion
    *sexually transmitted infection (STI).
    *Trauma or injury to the testicles can cause pain
    *Damage to the nerves of the scrotum caused by diabetic neuropathy
    * Hydrocele, which is characterized by swelling of the scrotum
    * Inguinal hernia
    *kidney stones
    *Orchitis, or inflammation of the testicle
    *Spermatocele, or fluid in the testicle
    *Undescended testicle
    *varicocele, or a group of enlarged veins in the testicle
    *Minor injuries to the testicle

    But on basis of your history,The testicular pain you're experiencing as a result of lifting weights is likely due to any soft tissue injury or due to inguinal hernia.
    If it is a soft tissue injury,Its not a big deal ,symptoms wil settle on its own within few days
    But there are chances for it to be inguinal hernia also,Lifting heavy weights can lead to a weakened area along the lower abdominal wall, allowing fat or part of the intestines to descend out of the inguinal ring and into the scrotum. This places pressure on the testes, causing testicular pain.
    The pain associated with an inguinal hernia is often described as a burning or aching discomfort within the testicles. Along with the testicular pain, it is also common to experience a dragging / heavy sensation groin region. You may also begin to notice a slight swelling or enlargement of your scrotum.
    SO,kindly consult a nearby doctor and get examined.