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What could cause right testicle pain?

A: Hi, Any sudden pain in your testes / scrotal area should be examined by a physician'' immediately. The causes of testicle / scrotal pain ranges from a severe twisting of the testes ( torsion) ( leading to the loss of blood supply to that area and may cause loss of testes), infammation/injury, an infection, hernia, tumors, etc. All tumors/ lumps / swellings / pain in the scrotal area need to be examined immediately by your doctor / healthcare facility to rule out SEVERE CAUSES! To prevent the loss of function, infertility or bad health outcomes contact your doctor/ emergency room, immediately. Good wishes....


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Prostate pain leading to spermatic pain

A: Dave, by far the most common cause of genital and scrotal pain in the presence of anatomically normal testicles (& apparently your urologist has determined this) is indeed an inflammation of the prostate gland, so called prostatitis.  However, there are many varieties of prostatitis.  Symptoms that might occur with prostatitis include frequency of urination, slowing of the urinary stream, burning with voiding or ejaculation, burning in the penile tip unrelated to voiding, urethral discharge, sexual dysfunction (such as difficulty with erection), aching in the penis, testicles, and discomfort in the lower abdomen, low back, groin, rectum or perineum (the area between the scrotum and rectum ? between the ?wind and the rain?) and...
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Burning Head of Penis, Sore Testicles, And pain in Abdom

A: If I were you I would first of all see another urologist. You should get another opinion from someone who will listen to you. Abdominal pain, penile pain, scrotal pain.... I would guess prostatitis and/or epididymitis, sexually transmitted infection. Cause gonorrhea or chlamydia. You didn''t take the antibiotics anywhere close to long enough. Who told you to take only one dose? You''ll probably have to take them for several weeks. Get a prescription ASAP otherwise it can become chronic and even more difficult to cure. Tell your doctor to refer you to a urologist. i just saw another doctor and he also is telling me not to worry because he did a urine sample for bacteria and found...


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What could cause pain in your scrotum?

A: Epididymitis is the common cause of scrotal pain. Another reason for testicle pain could be a hernia....
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Epididymal pain

A: Scott, epididymal cysts do not give symptoms nor do they respond to antibiotic therapy.  The cysts are incidental to your problem and in themselves do not require treatment.   The most common cause of these complaints is an inflammation of the prostate gland, so called prostatitis which frequently refers pain to the testes and scrotum.    Other symptoms that might occur with prostatitis include frequency of urination, slowing of the urinary stream, burning with voiding or ejaculation, burning in the penile tip unrelated to voiding, sexual dysfunction (such as difficulty with erection), aching in the penis, testicles, and discomfort in the lower abdomen, low back, groin, rectum or perineum (the area between the scrotum and rectum ? betwixt...
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What Is a scrotal Cyst?

A: A scrotal cyst is a mass that develops in the scrotum of a male patient and may contain fluid. The scrotum is a sac that contains two male reproductive organs known as testicles. Men can develop several types of scrotal masses, including hydroceles, spermatoceles and testicular cancer tumors. scrotal cysts may cause pain in the scrotum, while some male patients have scrotal masses that are painless.. Males with a hydrocele have a mass filled with fluid that is located along the spermatic cord in the scrotum. This type of scrotal cyst may occur after an injury to the scrotum or as a result of inflammation in the...


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What is a scrotal Hernia?

A: A scrotal hernia, or a hernia in the scrotal or groin area, is more correctly referred to as an inguinal hernia. The primary symptom of an inguinal hernia is a bulge in the groin or scrotum, thus the laymanís reference to a scrotal hernia. A scrotal hernia occurs when tissue passes through thin or weakened spots in the groin muscle, which results in a bulge that may be painful or cause burning. Many hernias are the result of heavy lifting and are ten times more common in men than women. The symptoms of an inguinal hernia may include pain, discomfort, or a heavy feeling in the groin area, bulging of either side of the pubic bone, or swelling...
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scrotal/Teste pain related to days without ejaculation

A: Generally, the testicles do not "fill up with new sperm".  The actual volume of all sperm produced is quite small.  If this occurred, then every man who had a vasectomy would have the same problem with pain and that doesn"t happen. The fact that there is some discomfort in the testicles which is relieved by ejaculation suggests a possible connection through the prostate such as prostatitis.  There is no definitive scientific name for pain in the testicle that is specifically relieved by ejaculation.  You should see a urologist to get it checked out....
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Really bad groin pain

A: Mr. Brown, at this point in time it would be difficult to know if you had Chlamydia or gonorrhea when this first started, although I suspect the latter.  The most common cause of your present complaints is an inflammation of the prostate gland, so called prostatitis.  This may well be unrelated to your initial episodes.  Symptoms that might occur with prostatitis include frequency of urination, slowing of the urinary stream, burning with voiding or ejaculation, burning in the penile tip unrelated to voiding, sexual dysfunction (such as difficulty with erection), aching in the penis, testicles, and discomfort in the lower abdomen, low back, groin, rectum or perineum (the area between the scrotum and rectum ? betwixt the ?wind and the rain?).    The passage of...
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sudden change in penile tone following testicular pain

A: Brian, the most common cause of these complaints is an inflammation of the prostate gland, so called prostatitis. There is both an anatomical and physiologic connection between the prostate and the epididymis.  Hematospermia is also common in prostatitis.  No doubt you had prostatitis that spread into the epididymis on one side.   Althoiugh epididymitis usually requires a 10 day course of antibiotics but prostatitis needs about a 4 week course.  The epididymitis cleared but not the prostatic inflammation.  Once the Cipro was finished, the prostate was incompletely treated and flared up again with spread to the contralateral epididymis.  As a defense mechanism, the prostate tries to shut down your sexual function.  This may manifest itself  in a...
 
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