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Suprapubic Pain Men
Pelvic pain, urinary frequency and urgency as well as mild incontinence...No burning/discomfort during urination. 4cm left ovarian cyst...Uti?
No. : Acute cystitis is inflammation of the bladder either by an infection or some other irritant. It usually causes urinary problems like increased frequency, urgency, discomfort when urinating, but will not cause testicular pain. You should see your doctor for an exam and further advice. ...Read more
Pain in penis/pubic area. Slight burning in anus. Pain when ejaculate/urinate. Tightness in lower back/upper thighs. 21, active. Prostate cancer?
Frequent urination, cloudy urine, pain in testis, enlarged testis veins, pain at the base of penis after urination. No varicoceles or STD confirmed...
Pelvic pain in men: There can be a variety of causes of pelvic pain in med. If your primary care doctor is having trouble finding the cause then referral to a urologist might be appropriate. If a urologist can't arrive at a cause then referral to an interventional pain management specialist would be appropriate. ...Read more
Pain in area between the genitals an anus burning urination, difficult urinating, retention painful ejaculation pain bowel movement frequently urinating
Pelvic process here: Sounds like all the pelvic organs (bladder, bowels, genitals) are affected. Regardless of gender, this deserves evaluation. Possiblities include: urinary tract infection, abscess, atypical appendicitis/colitis, significant prostatitis (men), gynecologic inflammation (woman), more. Your doctor may chose to start antibiotics &/or check x-ray after examination. Don't delay--make the appt. Today. ...Read more
Even : Even though bladder infections are rarer in men than women, it is definitely possible. Men more commonly get bladder infections from sexually transmitted diseases such as chlamydia or gonorrhea as opposed to fecal bacteria which is what typically infects women. If you are having penile discharge and pain, you should be seen by a doctor as soon as possible for diagnosis and treatment. Since different bacterial causes require different antibiotic treatments, your doctor may want to collect a urine sample. Good luck! ...Read more
Lump on urethra, itching urethra, frequent urination, pain when erect, slight burn with urination?
Infection: Sounds like an infection. With a bump it could be a boil. Most infections does not cause bumps. All of the other symptoms are likely related to irritation of the bump, either with urine passing next to it or an erection stretching it. Get seen for this. Stds can present as bumps that ulcerate. Avoid sexual contact until evaluated. ...Read more
Can prostatitis cause pain coming directly from testicles (bilateral), thigh pain, upper left sided pelvic pain and/or varicoceles?
Burning in testicles after urination & urine stream is low + pain in testicles after urination right side testis veins swells. E.Coli in culture.Help?
U have: Been seen by a doctor, as you had tests done and given appropriate treatment. I have 2 advice for you: be patient and follow doctors order and drink, drink a lot, use cranberry in form of juice or pills. If things do not resolve in 7-10 days go see a urologist who will have to figure out why do you have the infection and why does not clear up. ...Read more
Here are some ...: The content of the question is not sufficient to pinpoint its answer. But, collect the onset, degree, feature, duration, frequency, and interval of "pain in penis after urinating" over time, and bring those to see urologist for analysis, physicals, possible tests such as urinalysis so to deduce reasonable diagnosis for proposing reasonable care. Best wish ... ...Read more
Are prostate problems/ prostate cancer typically associated with rectal pain? Butthole aches/slight pain.
Not cancer: Prostate cancer is very rare in young men. In 30 years of oncology practice I have seen zero cases in men your age. Prostatitis, however, can occur in young men. The symptom is seldom in the anus per se, but more deep in the pelvis. The only way to know what your problem is, is to see a doctor. ...Read more
Abdominal pain: Abdominal pain and increased frequency of urination can be due to a number of factors. It could be due to a pregnancy with an ovarian cyst, threatened miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, urinary tract infection, and others. You should see your physician for evaluation to determine if you are pregnant and the cause of the pain. ...Read more
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