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I had my left varicocele surgery done in 2010. Since then I am facing issues in my genitourinary, digestive system and reproductive system.

I had my left varicocele surgery done in 2010. Since then I am facing issues in my genitourinary, digestive system and reproductive system.

Not cause of all sx: "Genitourinary issues" and "reproductive system" cover a broad range of problems. Depending on what they are, it MAY be related to varicocelectomy; I would recommend seeing your urologist. A varicocele is in the scrotal cord, unrelated to the gastrointestinal system. It is unlikely that surgery has anything to do with that. See your primary doctor to discuss your GI symptoms! Good luck! ...Read more

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I was diagnosed with genitourinary tract cystitis 3 days ago & been on antibiotics since. Why am I still having nausea and bloatedness

? antibiotics: Bloating and nausea are not typical symptoms of a uti. They may be side effects of the antibiotics. Once you complete your treatment if those problems continue consult your health care provider. ...Read more

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What is genitourinary tract infection? Is it cure able by taking antibiotics? Is it STD? How it can be treated? What are its symptoms?

What is genitourinary tract infection? Is it cure able by taking antibiotics? Is it STD? How it can be treated? What are its symptoms?

See Physician: A genitalurinary track infection means an infection in your genitals or your urinary track. Or even both. This can indead suggest an STI. It is treated with antibiotics. You should see you physician for evaluation and treatment. Especially if you are having fever and burning on urination. ...Read more

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Can CP/CPPS cause inflammation in the genitourinary system? Is this common? Injured my prostate. Could testicles be affected? No STD's. Fertility?

Can CP/CPPS cause inflammation in the genitourinary system? Is this common? Injured my prostate. Could testicles be affected? No STD's. Fertility?

Very common: Chronic prostatitis (CP) and chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CPPS) may be the same, as you seem to know. Very common. Inflammation sometimes is present, e.g. white blood cells in prostate fluid or urine. I can't judge if past prostate injury is contributing. CP/CPPS pain often is felt in testicles, but no actual testicular problem. It's not known to affect fertility. Keep working w/ your urologist. ...Read more

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