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Testicular Pain Ayurvedic Treatment
Testicular pain: It is necessary to determine the underlying cause of the scrotal swelling. Some of the causes would respond to medications; other problems would require more invasive therapy. See a urologist. ...Read more
There are many reasons for testicular pain. Bottom line, if you have testicular pain...Pain in the testicle...You should go to the nearest er immediately to have special imaging to rule out a torsion. Testicular torsion is when the vessels to the testicle twist and the blood supply is lost. If not corrected immediately you could lose the testicle. You may experience belly ...Read more
Left testicle pain, saw urologist said could b epididymitis despite clear ultrasound.what test should b done before any diagnosis n treatment.
Maybe: Often times, people equate orchalgia (testicular pain) with epididymitis. Technically, epididymitis results from inflammation/infection of the epididymis which has a very specific appearance on ultrasound. Other than the ultrasound, you should have gotten a urinalysis and/or a urine culture. ...Read more
Go to the ER now...: There are many reasons for testicular pain. Bottom line, if you have testicular pain...Pain in the testicle...You should go to the nearest er immediately to have special imaging to rule out a torsion. Testicular torsion is when the vessels to the testicle twist and the blood supply is lost. If not corrected immediately you could lose the testicle. You may experience belly pain, especially in kids. ...Read more
Unlikely: It is his testicle and unless you purposely injured it is not likely to be your fault. Normal intercourse does not cause testicular pain. However, prolonged erection causes vascular congestion in the groin in general, including in the testes and may leave an ache in the testes. Other causes of episodic testicular pain may be varicose veins and inflammation. ...Read more
Testicular pain, only thing ultrasound showed was varicoceoles, could this be the cause of the pain?
No, but...: I assumed your inquiry is for your spouse or child. Thyroid problems would not induce testicular pain, which has been a relatively common symptom of males and is very timely important for the young in concern of testicular torsion. To handle any health-related concern properly, follow instructions described in articles listed in How to Handle Sickness in http://sick-ask.com/onDealSickness.html. ...Read more
Epididymitis?: The main connection between STDs and testicular pain is epididymitis, testicular infection with gonorrhea or chlamydia. It's almost always only one testicle, with marked tenderness to touch and often obviously enlarted; and usually penile discharge. If both testicles and no swelling or discharge, it's more likely referred pain from the prostate area, usually not due to STD of any kind. See doctor. ...Read more
See below: You have symptoms which could be serious and should see your physician. He/she will listen to you, do a physical examinarion, run some tests, and let you know what's going on. ...Read more
Testosterone: 280 is just below the lower limit in men and you could well have a problem. However you will need a full examination and lab studies before the reason for low testosterone is decided and your doctor has options for care or referral to a colleague more used to managing low testosterone and testicular pain. A urologist would be helpful but you will probably need a referral from your doctor. ...Read more
Testicle lump: The testicle has several structures that can "fool" us in thinking they are abnormal lumps, but unless one does not regularly exam their testicles, only a doctor can tell what they are. A visit to the urologist will be the quickest way to definitively know, but one's family doctor can be helpful. The family physician will most likely require an ultrasound, but the urologist may do in his office. ...Read more
Throbbing testicular pain in right testicle only, when standing for 30 minutes or more. Sitting or laying down makes it go away. ?
I am a roofer I have lower right sided back pain and testicular pain at times coughed earlier and something popped in my lower back?
Couple of issues: Concern would be for partially herniated disc at the level that innervates the groin, (l5-s1). Start with range of motion exercises to see if it improves, otherwise, get examined. Need to be evaluated for sciatica, kidney disease, and inguinal hernia if symptoms persist. ...Read more
Intermittent, intense pains in my heart area lasting for maybe 5 minutes or so. Hard to describe if sharp or dull pain, its like testicular pain.
Chest pain: Can't predict what is causing your pain though quite possibly not related to your heart. You should see your doctor to be checked out most of us don't have severe chest pains. ...Read more
I am experiencing testicular pain (quality: pressure or fullness, persistent discomfort) . Top of right testicle is where the pain is coming from.
Right testicular pain pain is dull not constant on and off had sex 2 days in a row testies were getting some rough blows no bumps or swellin what's up?
Likely normal: Discomfort in one or both testicles a common and usually self-limiting occurrence at one time or another, especially in sexually active young males. Usually related to excessive stimulation or congestion of testicle from prolonged foreplay and resolves within 24-48 hours. May be associated with some tenderness and increased sensitivity but no noticeable swelling or palpable lumps/abnormalities. ...Read more
Doc I had a testicular pain a week ago my right testicle is bigger than left.Nw I don't have any pain but m afraid if it causes any big prob in future?
R/O EPIDIDIMYTIS : Testiciular pain demands a through evaluation. EXam/LABS/TESTICULAR US. Your symptoms are consistent with epididimytis v varicocoele v spermatocoele. Discuss with your dr. He may start empiric abs ie DOXYCYCLINE/CIPRO usually a prolonged course is needed 6-8wks. Unlikely to cause fertility issues. ...Read more
Get evaluated.: There are many causes of testicular pain and you should see a physician for a history, physical examination, and then possibly a scrotal ultrasound. The most worrisome is torsion, when the blood supply to the testicle is twisted closed. Infections can result in epididymitis or orchitis. Others causes are more benign, such as hydroceles & spermatoceles. A full workup will help determine the cause. ...Read more
Here are some...: Hi! Haa52, Is this pain sporadic or recurrent regularly or irregularly, steady or worsening in intensity,...? Clinically, possibility of torsion, inflammation/infection, or disorders in local muscles or nerves needs to be considered. But, to sort out the mystery behind this pain has not to be hard by following instructions in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. ...Read more
Testicular pain can be acute or chronic, and is perceived as pain emanating from the scrotum. Sudden, sharp pain is often referred to as an acute scrotum, and requires quick evaluation to rule out testicular torsion. Trauma and infections can present similarly. Chronic orchalgia is usually a dull ache, and is often difficult ...Read more
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