About a month ago I woke up around 1:30 AM with significant pain in my lower abdomen. The pain was enough to wake me up, and also enough that I couldn't get back to sleep. I didn't take any medication (not even Tylenol or Advil). Although the pain seemed to go from my lower abdomen back to my butt, after poking around I was getting noticeable pain from my right testicle. A few hours later the pain subsided enough to sleep, but was still present to some degree when I woke up. So, off to the doctor. Doctor did an exam, said nothing seemed wrong, and referred me to get an ultrasound to confirm it wasn't testicular torsion, cancer, etc. Good idea, so off I went to the ultrasound. The ultrasound said everything looked fine, but they diagnosed me with varicoces - enlarged veins in the scrotum, which are typically benign. They also referred me to a urologist (the same practice where I had my vasectomy done 2 years ago, although a different doctor as the doc had retired) for a follow-up. A couple weeks later I went in to the urologist for my follow-up, where he did an exam and said that the varicoces diagnosis was false - apparently ultrasounds aren't a good way of diagnosing. He found nothing wrong and said not to worry about it unless the pain came back. He said it was possible that there was a kidney stone of some sort, although that seemed unlikely to him (I have no history or family history) and more likely was I got a pulled/strained muscle that was connected to the epididymus. No symptoms since. Here's my concern: When I go back to the AME to renew my medical, is this going to create some special issuance nightmare where OKC won't be happy until they find something wrong with me? Or can I report it as a no problems found, no symptoms since, and be done with it?