A 25-year-old male asked:
Your bp increase or decrease when you pee? coz my right testis veins dilated and pains when i pee and urine has fishy smell. tested, no stds or utis??
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Internal Medicine 22 years experience
It can decrease...: BP can decrease when you pee due to tensing the abdomen or straining--causing the vagus nerve to open some blood vessels wider and drop the heart rate--which can result in a person passing out. Abdominal straining while peeing can also slow blood returning from the veins below the abdomen (in your case, the veins supplying the testicles) resulting in further blood pooling in these veins.
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