Upper Darby, PA
A 34-year-old male asked:
Thanks doctors. i did see a urologist. it wad my 3rd seperate one. visit was for shock like pain in penis, testicles, and pelvis at times. nothint was found. sti negative. cytoscopy negative. ultrasound clear. what should my next step be?
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Dr. John Berrymananswered
Obstetrics and Gynecology 56 years experience
Penile/testicle pain: This kind of "shock like pain" in penis, testicles and pelvis may be a referred pain from a spinal disc herniation or other peripheral neurologic origin. "Next step" would be to obtain a referral to a neurologist for localization of symptom origin.
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