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Drink Soda And Testicles Hurt
Can't Say.: However, regularly drinking soda has been linked to Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease, Diabetes, heart disease & metabolic syndrome. Other possible risks include: increased weight, decreased bone mineral density (BMD) obesity, erosion of tooth enamel, mineral depletion & dehydration. If it contains artificial sweeteners & is used daily, this is linked to a 3 fold ^ in dementia & stroke. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The testicles are the two oval male gonads, or reproductive glands, located in the scrotum. The seminiferous tubules of the testis are the site of spermatogenesis and its leydig cells secrete testosterone. The term testicles is synonymous with testes or gonads. The singular form is ...Read more
25 yr having pressure like/discomfort feeling in testicles. Comes and goes, more bothersome than pain, hardly been drinking water lately.
? Varicocele: Young active men with scrotal discomfort (sounds like no pain) could be varicocele (see: http://theturekclinic. Com/services/male-fertility-infertility-doctor-treatments-issues-zero-sperm-count/varicocele-symptoms-treatment-repair/), epididymitis, other infection, hydrocele, spermatocele, referred pain from groin/elsewhere. Cancer is also possible but less likely. You should see a urologist. Read more
Will liver failure or liver disease shrink your testicles even if I stop drinking if so what are the symptoms for that disease?
See below: The chronic drinking lowers testosterone levels & thus causes testes to shrink. Suggest aa & detox program to get off alcohol. Damage may be permanent, but perhaps testosterone replacement can help. Ask urologist/endocrinologist. But must stop drinking to prevent further damage & side effects. Read more
My brother 40 yrs old, diabetic. Stopped drinking alcohol for last 20 days. I noticed his testicles swollen and little pain. What could be reason?
Husband is having pain in llower abdomen, and back on right side, urine output is low. His right testicle is sore also. Have him drinking water., he's 41
If: If he is having abdominal and back pain, and decreased urination, as well as testicle pain, then he needs to go to the er immediately. He could have a kidney or bladder infection, kidney stone, epididymitis, or testicular torsion. He could also have an abdominal process such as appendicitis, especially if he has having any vomiting or fever. Please take him immediately in for evaluation. Read more
Can you masterbate on ofloxacin and can u drink alcohol whilst taking them taking pills for genital pain in testicles course is for 2 weeks?
Masturbation would have no effect to anything in your question. I am not sure what or why this was included in your question.
Now alcohol can really affect the efficacy of most medications. If the pharmacy gave you instructions about drinking on your prescription you should follow them to the letter. There will be time to drink after you are better. Read more
Lower back pain. Can't tell if it's muscular or kidneys. 21, active. Slight testicle ache. Std test clean. Ideas? Can I drink a glass or two of wine?
Wine should be okay: The bigger issue is the diagnosis. Most back pain in young people is muscular. However it is good you are aware other organ systems can produce back pain. Thus before we tell you to have a wine which you have to be careful w/given the Asprin you take, see a primary care or sports MD who can evaluate you with a good exam and likely refer you to PT presuming tests including an MRI and EMG are normal. Read more
Watch...: If you have a highly variable degree, duration, and interval of testicular hurt, one has to consider the possibility of intermittent testicular torsion with spontaneous de-torsion (untwist) after excluding the possibility of epididymitis, hernia, neuralgia, radiculopathy, etc. So, bring the information on the feature, degree, and progress of the pain and swelling to urologist for analysis, . .. Read more
See below: There are a variety reasons why a male may experience testicular discomfort (aka orchalgia) which are usually not serious, self-limiting, and/or treatable. Most important next step, especially if you have noticed any lumps or swelling, is to have a good urological exam to help establish cause of your discomfort and rule out the more serious possibilities: infection, testicular cancer, or hernia. Read more
Intermittent torsion: Intermittent torsion occurs when a testicle twists, this cuts off venous return from the testis. Spermatic cord spontaneously untwists with intermittent torsion. But persistent torsion lasting six hours or more can result in testicular necrosis and thus needs to be corrected asap. Pain can also be due to intermittent epididymitis. Frequent periodic pain? Be vascular congestion.? See a urologist. Read more
Need more info...: Glad to know scrotal support helps ease hurting in the sac, but is is hard to deduce the cause of such hurting without a detailed info on the onset, duration, progress, evolution, sequence of events of all related symptoms + physical exam + testing as needed. How to unveil myth behind symptoms? Follow advice in http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html; thereby you can work closer / better with doc Read more
Erections, arousal and sexual activity are accompanied by increased muscular tone and states of increased muscle and fascial tension. It is also a time for greatly enhanced blood flow to the pelvic area.
For some men, this can cause some tenderness and sensitivity of the testicles. It usually resolves in a matter of hours. If not, then seek medical attention. Read more
Here are some...: May be or may not; your described scenario only suggests possible irritation to local nerve by vigorous muscle contraction from hard coughing, which requires no active care but just watch and see. For the ongoing and future watch, follow instructions described in http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html; thereby you gain much insight on how to work with doc so to reach right Dx for right Rx timely Read more
Get evaluated: By your doctor. Could be a cyst or worse. Don't delay! Read more