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L always find strain in the lower vain connected to the right testicle after releasing semen but do not experience any pain during urination?

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Dr. Martin Raff answered

Specializes in Infectious Disease

What is the question: If you want to see what the cause of this is or check on possible relief, suggest you see a urologist.

Answered 5/1/2019

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Dr. James Lin answered

Specializes in Urology

Here are some ...: How long has this happened, how long does it last, and has it happened every times or unpredictably / sporadically? Did you have vasectomy? All these information may help deduce what might have caused it. But, clinically, if it's mild, tolerable, and transient, I would not pursue further, but wait and see how the condition may evolve, progress, & resolve. Best wish ...

Answered 11/27/2014

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