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Prostate Causing Pain Toe Erection
The prostate is a gland that lies at the base of the bladder and surrounding a segment of urethra. It secretes a milky fluid that is discharged by excretory ducts into the urethra during the emission of semen. It is clinically important because enlargement of the prostate with age, and prostate cancer are two common ...Read more
Can a sports hernia cause problems in the penis and scrotum? Ex. Retraction of penis+scrotum,erectile dysfunction, urge to urinate, penis/scrotum pain
Should not but ...: If it bothering you go to a surgeon for a definitive repair. ...Read more
No apparent trauma. Left side low back pain, discomfort, severe constipation, inability to urinate or urinate fully, vaginal, rectal numbess, ?
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Xray report write "it could be distal uretric calculus" & "normal bowel gas pattern"?I feel pain in kidney when my penis erection its bcoz of stone?
Does chlamydia cause the same symptoms wether its located in urethra, bladder or prostate? (i.e. Urethra tip discomfort, testicular pain)
Uti/ kidney stones: Kidney stones can definitely cause UTI's and life threatening kidney infections. They can also cause, when fragments are excreted, urethritis or inflammation of the urethral mucosa that may cause symptoms as described. Abdominal pain, persistence of symptoms, fever, nausea/ vomiting among others, would be alarm signs for a possible evolving infection. ...Read more
What causes pelvic, rectal, coccyx area pain that radiates to right leg? Its relentless pain, often prevents sleep. The pain worse when bladder full
Nerve compression: Compression of a nerve in the lower spine can do it. On rare occasions compression of the cauda equina below the spinal column can cause pelvic pain and incontinence. A large pelvic cyst or mass can also cause similar symptoms. An evaluation by your physician is important and you may need a scan of your lumbar spine and pelvis. ...Read more
Mild to moderate pain when penis is flaccid..Dont get pain on erection, middle shaft thining, hard to maintain erection, urologist said is not pyronies!
See answer: Peyronie's disease is usually associated with a palpable lump in th penis; new-onset curvature of the penis with erection; and/or pain in the penis with erection, but not in the flaccid state. Given your age, most common cause of pain in the penis, as well as some component of erectile dysfunction, with an otherwise normal exam and urinalysis would be a non-bacterial prostatis. ...Read more
Constant swelling feeling in rectum. More when have an erection. Problems urinating. Seen 5 urol., 5 years.No enlarged prost./low psa, done 3 cystos and hydro-extension... Possible tumor in rectum?
Comorbidity: Two separate conditions. 1. Prostatitis is a condition that involves inflammation of the prostate and sometimes the area around it. 2. Dental infection due to tooth abscess, gum abscess or combination of both. See your dentist for evaluation, x-rays and treatment. Good luck. ...Read more
Pain traveling down left leg to foot (sciatica) and mild penis/test pain on off for months. Can penis/back pain be related? Urologist found nothing.
Constant discomfort urethra and urinary frequency. Cystoscope normal. Dr says it's overactive bladder. I feel it's constant discomfort groin area. I fell have hip injury burning hip, misaligned pubis?
See osteopathic dr.: Your symptoms warrant you seeing and osteopathic medical physician for a second opinion. S/he can do a complete osteopathic examination of your back, focusing on your mid to lower back, psoas, pubes complex, to check alignment, in case there's cause for concern. They can then treat you as well, and see if this improves your condition. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Swollen left testicle difficulties urinating back pain sperm cord enlarged veins more noticeable in penis and scrotum?
Left leg flex-or tendon unresponsive, when seated or standing or walking unable to point toes/foot upwards using muscles/tendons partial loss of sensation in left leg from knee down, causing embarrassing limp, 25 year old male
This : This sounds like a serious issue that should be evaluated in-person by a qualified physician! if your weakness was sudden, there are numerous possible causes, most importantly associated with your nervous system. It does not sound like you had a trauma, so muscle-or-tendon ruptures are unlikely. The most common reason for this problem is an acute disc herniation in the lumbar spine, that can occur without back pain or even any kind of bending/lifting injury. This causes nerve compression that gives patients typically radiating leg pain, numbness and weakness. The muscles that are associated with each lumbar spine level need to be tested individually during a good physical examination, and the distribution of your numbness should be traced. That can often lead to a pretty good diagnosis, even before imaging studies are done. You will probably need a set of standing lumbar x-rays and then possibly an MRI of your back to determine the real cause of the problem. There could be an inflammatory problem with onevof your nerves in the buttock or leg, although that is not as common as nerve root compression in the lower spine. Very rarely can individual nerve roots be affected with a disease inside of the cauda equina, the lower part of your nervous system inside of the lumbar spine, so that is unlikely. Even more rare would be a spinal cord problem higher up in the spine, or some kind of stroke inside of your brain, so that would not be the first thing your doctor will be looking for. Make sure you tell your physician as clear as you can when the problem started, where you feel weak, and where the numbness is (front, side, back of the lower leg?). Associated fever, chills, recent weight loss and problems with urination are important to convey to your doctor also. Do not wait too long to go see someone. Hopefully you can be treated with a course of anti-inflammatory medicines (similar to ibuprofen) and maybe physical therapy to see if things improve. Even with weakness, there is no good evidence for early surgery, as most patients -even if they were weak for a long time from nerve-root compression- eventually regain their strength just fine. Depending on the evaluation and possible MRI scan, do not let yourself get scared into surgery right away; try non-operative treatments first. If things do not improve, and there is indeed a significant amount of nerve compression in the lumbar spine, surgery might be the answer, and it is often very successful for this. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Kidney stone in ureter at bladder opening. 4x10mm long. What should I do too pass it? Taking flomax (tamsulosin) . Have pain in urethra. No side pain
Here are some ...: A 2-cm kidney stone with no symptom would not affect your ability to erect penis for sex. However, its potentially related events such as severe pain, sepsis, use of pain medications, etc. will temporarily affect erection to a degree. That is naturally expected in life. Remember: Life is a changing, adjusting process of constant struggle to cope with reality, certainty, & uncertainty for survival. ...Read more
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