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Testicular Pain Infection
Epididymo-orchitis.: Infections of the epididymis (epididymitis) or testicle (orchitis) can cause severe testicular pain. In younger men, this is usually caused by gonorrhea or chlamydia. In older men, it is often due to urinary tract pathogens such as e. Coli and proteus. If you have significant testicular pain, please get evaluated. A scrotal ultrasound can determine if scrotal pain is due to infection or torsion. ...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
Hello. I have been having testicular pain in the right testical for around a month. I think I may also have a tooth infection. Could this be the cause?
Highly unlikely: Testicular pain is always a cause for concern, particularly in a young male with no previous medical history. You would need to do a self testicular examination and if the right testes feels lumpy or abnormally hard at certain places, then you would know that there is a problem. Tumor, epidydimitis and testicular torsion are three things that would need proper diagnosis and treatment ASAP. ...Read more
What are some causes for random sharp stabbing testicular pain?Ultrasound was clear. History of kidney stones and severe kidney infection.
I Hav A Sticky Discharge Commin out when I Urinate I also hav testicular pain . I've never Ben sexually Active .I'm on Doxycycline incase an infection?
Scrotal Pain: Typically for those sexually active an STD needs to be ruled out. If not sexually active the diagnosis could be testicular torsion, epidydimitis( a non sexually transmitted infection which is treated with doxycycline and ceftriaxone), orchitis, referred pain, other causes. Make sure you are seeing a urologist in the near term. if you are sexually active let your doctor know- important. ...Read more
I went to the ER yesterday for testicle pain. They did an ultrasound and gave me a z-pak because they think its just an infection. Will this help?
Should: The ultrasound likely excluded the suspected serious pathology. The er probably diagnosed you with epididimitis and treating with antibiotics. See a doctor if you are not getting better. ...Read more
Gross hematuria, end of urination. Blood samples, urine samples done. No infection. "Tense" bladder, lower back pain, occasional scrotum/testicle pain?
Terminal hematuria: Could be posterior urethritis or prostatitis, assuming urine is clear at first. Advise consult urologist. Will likely order kidney & bladder ultrasound + possible cystoscopic examination. Cystoscope is a long thin instrument for examining urethra & bladder. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: Testicular pain can have many causes depending on age, exam, and symptoms, but in my practice, when a man of about 50yo is seen w/ the above symptoms, i usually end up finding by examination either a prostate infection and/or infection of the epididymis, which can be treated with antibiotics.Std's may be found in young men w/ the above symptoms, but there are other causes also.Please see ur doc. ...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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have left testicular pain that has gradually increased over the last 24-36 hours. Otherwise healthy 40 yr old?
Testicle pain is also known as Testicular pain. 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
Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more
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