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Epididymitis Homeopathic Treatment
What are the tests for epididymitis and the best medicines for treatment? How long will it take to get rid of epididymitis? If left untreated then?
Exam: The best way to diagnose is by physical examination. It is treated with long courses of antibiotics. ...Read more
I'm a 20 year old male and have been diagnosed with epididymitis, has anyone ever been completely cured, no one knows anything about proper treatment.
Epidydimitis: Yes with anti inflammatories and antibiotics this will clear up ...Read more
Epididymitis, inflammation of the "coils" of small tubes transporting sperm when inflammed cause swelling and varying degree of pain.
1) Treatment with antibiotic
2) Elevate the scrotum
3)Use of anti-inflammatory drugs such as Ibuprofen 3 x
4) When feasible stay off your feet for few days
All these should be under direction of a urologist, or at least any doctor ...Read more
I have epididymitis and I read a lot about failed treatment, are there any cases where treatment is actually successful?
Yes: Epi occurs mostly after heavy lifting with a full bladder. resulting in chemical epi. Get it once, about 30% chance of getting again. Get it 2x.. about 100% of getting it again. Treat with antibiotics, hot sitz baths, pain meds, scrotal support and empty bladder before straining at work or play. Close to 95% chance of cure the first time. ...Read more
Yes: Yes. No real effect.Get a more detailed answer ›
What causes epididymitis?
Infections: these include urinary tract infections, sexually transmitted infections (stis), or infections that have spread from your prostate.
Medicine: certain medicines may irritate the lining of your epididymis and cause pain and swelling. Ask for more information on medicine that can cause this.
Trauma: an injury to your scrotum or a catheter or other objects. ...Read more
How long does it take to not feel ill after epididymitis treatment? Day 2 of ciprofloxacin 500mg 2 x daily.
Here are some...: If the bacteria treated is sensitive to the used antibiotic at its early stage (before abscess formation), the related pain should start to ease in 1-2 days and fade in 5-7 days, but its related hardness may linger for weeks and even last forever. To learn more on some uncertainty and variety in response to treatment, seek evaluation and counseling. Best wish to health & recovery. ...Read more
If 2 weeks of ofloxacin is enough to cure epididymitis. Could the feeling I still have slowly disappear without any further treatment?
Yes, . ..: A 2-week course of antibiotics will cure most of infection-related epididymitis if sensitive. But resolution ache and induration will take time, but in a highly variable duration and occasionally, complete disappearance of both may linger or be impossible. So, wait and see; let your body do the job and time tell the story of you. ...Read more
I can feel my right epididymis but can't feel the left one. My right epididymis sometimes tenders and swells. Is it inflamed? Epididymitis? Treatment?
Infection: It sounds like you may have epididymitis. This is an infection or inflammation in the epididymus (the part of the testicle that holds sperm). This is basically the male version of a uti, which is much less common in men than women. This is definitely worth a visit to the doc for proper treatment. ...Read more
No: If you know it isn't bacterial but how would you be certain. ...Read more
Had epididymitis treated (cipro, doxy 15 d each). Finished treatment 4 m ago. Was ok, after 1 m running, presented disconfort, no pain. Stop gym? How long?
See a doctor.: Need to see your doctor if the discomfort had resumed. ...Read more
Pale numb nuts secondary to chronic epididymitis not responding to conventional treatment. I am worried about fertility since I am about to marry.
A semen: Analysis should answer your question. Good luck. ...Read more
I've had 2 weeks of epididymitis treatment yet I still have inflamation, pain in flicking the testis and sometimes pain above the testicles. Normal?
Had epididymitis treated with cipro (ciprofloxacin) and doxy 15 ds each and finished the treatment 4 MS ago. Now have no pain only burning, disconfort is it normal?
Epidiydimitis: It is very common for this infection to take a very long time to resolve. I often have my patients on at least six weeks of antibiotics. I would revisit this with your physician. ...Read more
My testicles are completely numb. Have had chronic (unresponsive to medical treatment) epididymitis for a year. Is this serious? Are my balls alive?
Is it safe to have sex using condoms during treatment of epididymitis? Does sex at this stage increase the infection?
Epididymitis: The vast majority of pts with epididymitis are not capable of transmitting the infection to others sexually. A small percentage have prostatitis/urethritis caused by an std organism as the underlying infection which can descend down to the epididymis. Most of the time those men will have symptoms of std along with, or preceding the epididymal inflammation. ...Read more
Left testicle pain, saw urologist said could b epididymitis despite clear ultrasound. What test should b done before any diagnosis n treatment.
Maybe: Often times, people equate orchalgia (testicular pain) with epididymitis. Technically, epididymitis results from inflammation/infection of the epididymis which has a very specific appearance on ultrasound. Other than the ultrasound, you should have gotten a urinalysis and/or a urine culture. ...Read more
No natural treatment: There are no effective non-medical treatments for epididymitis. Epididymitis is usually due to an infection of the epididymis, which is on the side of each testicle. Antibiotics are needed to resolve the infection, and anti-inflammatories (such as tylenol (acetaminophen) or motrin) are used to decrease the pain and inflammation. A primary care doctor or a urologist can evaluate such symptoms and start treatment. ...Read more
No: Almost all epididymitis is due to a bacterial infection. Since the epididymis is inside the scrotum, the infection has to be treated by taking oral antibiotics or getting an injection of antibiotics, which will flow through the bloodstream to the epididymis. There are no natural treatments with bacteria-killing abilities that can do this. ...Read more
What are the test to diagnosed epididymitis? Can it be diagnosed only by urine test and what are the treatments?
Epididymits: Largely diagnosed by history and physical examination by. Urologist. Urinalysis is usually not helpful. ...Read more
If e.Coli is found in urine culture. Does this causes prostatitis or epididymitis or any other infections? What are the treatments for e.Coli?
I'm on a course of ciprofloxacin 500mg to times a day to treat epidydimitis for four weeks is this rite treatment and length of time?
Yes: Epidydimitis is difficult to treat maintain adequate levels of antibiotics for long enough time. ...Read more
Is ciprofloxacin the best treatment 4 epidydimitis and how long should the course be of 500 mg 2 to be taken a day and how dangerous is ciprofloxacin?
Not the best: At your age, Cipro (ciprofloxacin)floxacin is not the best treatment. Epididymitis is usually caused by gonorrhea or chlamydia in young men, and Cipro (ciprofloxacin) won't treat either. The treatment (after doing tests for sexually transmitted infections) is usually with Ceftriaxone plus either Azithromycin or doxycycline. ...Read more
72h after getting kicked in the right testis, have swollen and warm testicle. I guess it is epidimitis. How much time will it go away without treatment?
How would a urologist (what tool) diagnose recurrent chemical epidymitis a backflow of sterile urine into the ejaculatory ducts? What tools? Treatment
Answered twice!: This question has been answered twice by me; that is what you need to hear. Hopefully, other colleagues may provide answer to suit what the inquirer likes to hear. If you like further discussion and counseling, welcome to www. Healthtap. Com/dr-Lin with RQPWJC as keycode to log in. Best wish to health... ...Read more
Yes, very possibly: Whether homeopathy treatment is "good" depends on why it's being used, and what expectations you have. It will not re-grow an organ that has been removed, but it may improve functioning of organs you still have in your body. I've seen it be useful in both acute illnesses, and in a wide variety of chronic ones which conventional medicine has either failed to help or has little to offer. ...Read more
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