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Big left varicocele cause pain in right testis, and also have discomfort pain above right testis, when i lye on back symptoms on both testis decrease?

Big left varicocele cause pain in right testis, and also have discomfort pain above right testis, when i lye on back symptoms on both testis decrease?

Less pressure supine: Bilateral discomfort may be due to bilateral varicoceles(10%), 90% occur on left side. Dilated veins in scrotum compose varicocele.Veins from left internal spermatic vein is 8-10 centimeters longer than right. Increased pressure in the upright position causes less drainage and more pain. Fewer valves in the left spermatic vein than right.90% varicoceles ...Read more

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I'm having achey back symptoms from stopping drinking. How do I get over this?

I'm having achey back symptoms from stopping drinking. How do I get over this?

Heavy drinker?: If you have been a particularly heavy alcohol consumer and are feeling ill without it - medical assessment would be appropriate. ...Read more

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Must I see a chiropractor for back symptoms?

Must I see a chiropractor for back symptoms?

No: It is best to see an orthopedic specialist or a physiatrest if you have back symptoms. They can offer a diagnosis and suggest a curative pathway if there is one availble. Chiropractors do no diagnose, cannot cure, but simply offer a deep, sometimes satisfying but sometimes dangerous, massage. ...Read more

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So many tests done, nothing came back. Symptoms of lupus nephritis. How do I approach this?

So many tests done, nothing came back. Symptoms of lupus nephritis. How do I approach this?

Not sure : Why you think you have lupus nephritis if you do not have lupus. Lab tests and urine evaluation can lead to the diagnosis of lupus nephritis. ...Read more

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Been Prescribed Valium 5mg 1/1 to 1 pill every 8 to 12 hours for severe pain and muscle spasms throughout my back.Symptoms been ongoing since 10/12/13?

Been Prescribed Valium 5mg 1/1 to 1 pill every 8 to 12 hours for severe pain and muscle spasms throughout my back.Symptoms been ongoing since 10/12/13?

See pain management: specialist for evaluation, tests and imaging. The proper diagnosis is the key to successful treatment. The long-term use of Valium is usually contraindicated because of the potential for dependence and addiction. Take care. ...Read more

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Constant tingly legs, balance issues and vertigo, tender points on back. Symptoms have been presents for 2 years. Mri of brain clear ?

Constant tingly legs, balance issues and vertigo, tender points on back. Symptoms have been presents for 2 years. Mri of brain clear ?

Need to see Neurolog: MRI are not always what they are cracked up to be. This does not sound normal. U need a neurologist to figure this out. Go to University Medical Center. ...Read more

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Lump on lower right side of my back, it is very painful. And u can not touch it.

Lump on lower right side of my back, it is very painful.  And u can not touch it.

.: You cannot touch it because its painful. Seems to be as it is an abscess. Based on its size and severity, you need to see a doctor and get it worked up. ...Read more

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Lump on lower right part of abdomen near hip bone. Right lower and side ribs are sore as well as lower right part of back. Sometimesicoughandmyribpops?

Lump on lower right part of abdomen near hip bone. Right lower and side ribs are sore as well as lower right part of back. Sometimesicoughandmyribpops?

Not sure: Your physical signs (lump on lower right abdomen) and symptoms (sore ribs and back with popping ribs) don't fit well together. I suggest you see your primary care physician for an exam and a more complete history. ...Read more

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I fell on my back and now have a lump on the lower side. It's not painful. Should it be evaluated?

See your family doc: Any lumps or bumps on our body should be evaluated by a doctor. You may have had this for a while and only noticed it when you fell. As it is painless it may be unrelated to the fall. You should see your Family Doctor to evaluate the 'bump' or lump ...Read more