epididymoorchitis

ep·i·did·y·mo·or·chi·tis

(ep'i-did'i-mō-ōr-kī'tis),
Simultaneous inflammation of epididymis and testis.
[epididymis + G. orchis, testis]

epididymoorchitis

[ep′idid′imō′ôrkī′tis]
Etymology: Gk, epi +, didymos + orchis, testis, itis
inflammation of the epididymis and of the testis. See also epididymitis, orchitis.
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Check with your GP to make sure it isn't epididymoorchitis.