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Genital Pain When Sitting In Chairs
Boiling water: If someone poured boiling water on your genitals, it would hurt. Seriously though, countless things. If you are a female, there are many causes of pain throughout the female genital tract. Maybe a more specific question could be answered better with the character limits. ...Read more
The major organs of the reproductive system includes, the external genitalia (penis and vulva) as well as a number of internal organs including the gamete producing gonads (testicles and ovaries). Diseases of the human reproductive system are very common and widespread, particularly ...Read more
Obturator nerve: Have encountered a variety of low level nerve injuries associated with pelvic floor dysfunctions, and more commonly see associated with surgical complications. Find the genitofemoral nerve and ilioinguinal nerves to be other locations nearby, but there can be many more causes of genital pain in your age group such as infection and endometriosis. Recommend a full gynecological evaluation. ...Read more
Not usually: The nerves that primarily innervate the genitals come from t12-l2 region: ilioinguinal, iliohypogastric, and genitofemoral nerves. Pudendal nerve arises from s2-s4 and innervates anus, perineum, lower scrotum. Si compression radiculopathy usually associated with pain down the back of thigh and leg into the back and lateral aspect of the foot. Likely another cause for genital pain: prostatitis? ...Read more
Genital pain for 2 weeks now,doc checked my testicles and urine sample and came back fine, but pain in genitals & lower ab,don't go away? Help DOCS?
Male pelvic pain: Pain in the testicles and lower abdomen, sometimes with bladder discomfort, without penile discharge or burning on urination, and with normal physical exam, usually is nothing serious. Prostatitis is possible but uncommon at age 23. I'm guessing genitally focused anxiety or male chronic pelvic pain syndrome. Google CPPS; excellent Wikipedia article, also info from Stanford U dept of Urology. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pelvic and genital pain (feel like zaps/shocks). Could it be related to my interstitial cysitis or connective tissue disease? What else could cause it
Consider other!: Interstitial cystitis is a problem related to the bladder and pain related to changes in the lining of the bladder. Other causes of pain in the pelvic region include problems related to your uterus, ovaries, bowels, and musculo-skeletal issues. Sometimes, the answer comes after consultation with several specialties in order to 'rule out' possible causes. You must be patient with your providers! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Groin pain, left side only. Tender like bruise, not deep, not visibly unusual. Movement doesn't hurt. No genital pain.?
Can't tell...: Can't tell what it is that is being described in the question. One can write down details about the symptoms, and see a primary care doctor to be examined. Some things are just hard to describe in words. ...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 ???: 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
Fever malaise headache and genital pain Have clear fluid blister lesions on the outer labia(2-3mm) no blood 2 Abnormal paps in yr took antiprotozoal
I noticed a tiny fly sitting on my inner thigh. If that fly touched my genitals will I get a infection? I showered straight away.
No: Don't worry, a fly landing on you should not cause any infection. Certain insects can transmit infections when they bite, but not from landing on you. ...Read more
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