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A 26-year-old male asked:

My sciatic pain is radiating to scrotum(left). which doctor i should consult?

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Dr. Adam Kinninger
Family Medicine 14 years experience
Family Doctor: Your family doctor will be able to perform an initial evaluation and determine if you have a simple cause of your discomfort or if it requires a specialist for management. You may have developed an infection, a kidney stone, or a hernia. Nonetheless your family doctor should be able to start your evaluation.

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A 26-year-old male asked:

Hello doctor, my sciatic pain is radiating to scrotum (left). Please suggest me, which doctor I should consult?

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Dr. Laurence Badgley
General Practice 53 years experience
General Surgeon: You need to have a hernia ruled out. General surgeons are the best specialist to see for this evaluation. Dysfunction of the sacroiliac joints commonly radiates to the sciatic region as well as to the groin.

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Last updated Mar 20, 2013

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