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Can Hernia Pain Be Caused By Erection
Not typically: Gallbladder symptoms usually effect the upper abdomen either in the middle or on the right side under the rib cage (over the liver). Some patients complain of back pain on that side as well. Frequently, gallbladder problems are confused and treated as heartburn or reflux. It would be very unusual to have leg pain associated with the gallbladder. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Usually not.: Pain at the pubic symphysis, or symphisis pubic dysfunction, is usually localized to the joint right at the pubis and is exacerbated by pelvic movements. This also usually occurs in pregnant women. Testicular pain is usually a dull ache that localizes to the testicle itself, and it's supply of nerves is from a different region of the body, up in the abdomen. ...Read more
Yes: Many people with depression suffer from chronic pain or other physical pain. They can have headaches, back pain, chest pain, muscle/joint pain, digestive symptoms, change in appetite, dizziness...There are chemical changes in the brain that can change how one perceives pain. http://www.webmd.com/depression/recognizing-depression-symptoms/physical-symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can an umbilical hernia cause pain in the scrotum and anus or would that be caused by something else gone wrong?
Doubtful: Umbilical hernia's can cause pain…The pain is typically not in the scrotum or in the anal area. ...Read more
No: Temporal arteritis is a vasculitis or blood vessel inflammation. It is unusual to have it at your age. Exercise does not help it. If this is really what you have, it must be treated with steroids like Prednisone. See a doctor to be tested and examined. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Leg pain in pregnanc: Certainly if one has a significant degree of leg swelling due to retained fluid one can experience a degree of leg pain. Important to assess the severity of the pain and if it is associated with pain on compression of the calf and with notable warmth. The latter would surface the need to evaluate for thrombophlebitis a doctor should examine. ...Read more
Yes: Opioids such as hydrocodone, oxycodone & morphine are associated with urinary retention, constipation & dry mouth, among other side effects. While one can attempt to prevent and deal with the latter two issues, preventing & treating urinary retention is trickier. Best to avoid other anticholinergic medications if at all possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Kidney's pathological states can be associated with abdominal pains. Eg. Utis, enlarging cysts, pkds. ...Read more
Maybe for the groin-: Pain, though its very unlikely; leg pain: never heard of it causing it, but conceivably could happen, depending on cause of the constipation, which affects the nearby nerves to the legs, in the pelvis. Get to see your pcp or the surgeon to get evaluated/investigated. Good luck. ...Read more
Several: The most common problem with postsurgeryu adhesions is pain. Some surgeons do not feel that adhesions cause pain but frequently freeing up adhesions from prior surgery can reduce pain at the site. Adhesions in the abdomen can trap bowel leading to obstruction, & scars around a woman's fallopian tubes may prevent pregnancy from occurring. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is a hernia? And what causes them? I am 57 and over the course of a year, a lump appeared on my left groin area. Now its the size of a small burrito. Doesn't cause pain unless i try to have sex. Morning erections are not as regular, but still get the
A : A hernia is just a hole. When you get a hole or hernia in your abdominal wall musculature the abdominal contents or intestine can pass through this hole and get trapped. This is generally considered a surgical emergency and can be life threatening. Generally speaking all hernias should be looked at by a surgeon as soon as they appear. The smaller a hernia is, the easier it is to repair. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Could inguinal hernia surgery cause a change in the direction of my erection? I notice it points to the right now.
Can a sports hernia cause problems in the penis and scrotum? Ex. Retraction of penis+scrotum,erectile dysfunction, urge to urinate, penis/scrotum pain
Should not but ...: If it bothering you go to a surgeon for a definitive repair. ...Read more
Hernia and ED: There are many causes for ed. The presence of hernia alone is not usually the primary cause for ed. However pain associated with a hernia, especially if severe, may certainly be a contributing component. It is perhaps wise to discuss the entire complex situation with your family physician or surgeon to thoroughly evaluate all potential causes for ed, and potentially consider repair of the hernia. ...Read more
Hernia surgery: No. You need to look for other causes. ...Read more
Is it okay to get an erection if you have an ingruil hernia? There is a golf sized bulge in pubic area
2 months after bilateral lap. Inguinal hernia repair, i feel my erection twisted to the right, and right test hangs higher than usual. Is it related?
Doubt it: If the angulation of the penis is severe, it could represent peyronie's disease. While it appeared after a lap inguinal hernia repair, the problem is in the shaft of the penis. I don't think the repair is causative. I would see a urologist to find out more. One testis hanging higher is normal. ...Read more
After having right inguinal hernia surgery i feel like there is change in direction of erection.It is more toward left. Is this normal?
21 y/o, 2 mos ventral penile shaft pain worse c erection. Sexually active. No history sti, dysuria, discharge, lesions, hernia or testicular pain. Us neg. ?
What?: You need to see a urologist. This type of issue cannot be answered in this type of forum. Sorry. ...Read more
3+ mnths since lap. Inguinal hernia repair, base of the penis still sore on the right side, sperm cord achy, erection twisted. Was normal b4. Related?
Delicate area: The area of the penis and scrotum are very delicate areas. The surgery you had causes a lot of trauma down there with a lot of inflammation ( red, hot, swelling, tenderness). Your activity level after surgery to present may be contributing to your condition if excessive. If it is not starting to resolve, see the surgeon to be sure that you are not having an unusual problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I 70 yr. Male had angioplasty in 2004&08, am diabetic, have hernia, hydrocele & suffering from erectile dysfunction since 2004. How to correct these.
Hernia/Hcele surgery: Will take care of hernia ; hydrocele. Erectile dysfunction may respond to medication, vacuum device or best be served by surgical implantation of a penile prosthesis. Best to consult with a urologist who may be able to manage all three problems. Otherwise may be referred to a general surgeon for hernia repair. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had 2 inguinal surgeries ('01,'07). Have pain on both sides.CT says R hernia.Surgeon says no. Pain in groin but no constant. Hurts w erection.Surgery?
Hernia: Your best bet would to get a second opinion from another surgeon. ...Read more
Most hernias: Occur spontaneously with no cause or reason. Sometimes hernias are associated with repetitive heavy lifting, obesity or past pregnancy. Most common location of hernias are the groins or umbilical region. The cause of one type of hernia can be an incisionsl hernia caused by previous surgery. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sort of: These two entities are related, especially in pediatric cases. Incomplete closure of the tunica vaginalis as the testis descends down to the scrotum can be the cause for both hydrocele and hernia. One does not cause the other. That said, hydroceles have been known to occur after hernia repair. This is felt to be related to restriction of the cord lymphatics after herniorrhaphy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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