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Very severe rectal pain that spreads to left testicle and all groin area. What could be wrong?

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Dr. Jay Singh
Surgery - Colorectal
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In brief: Proctalgia Fugax

Pain associated with that area that can involve the perineum in a male that has no real association with swelling or bowel movement may be proctalgia or levator syndrome which is spasm of the pelvic floor. It can take a variety of appearances and the essence of diagnosis is one of exclusion.
A simple exam can rule out infection or other primary rectal findings.

In brief: Proctalgia Fugax

Pain associated with that area that can involve the perineum in a male that has no real association with swelling or bowel movement may be proctalgia or levator syndrome which is spasm of the pelvic floor. It can take a variety of appearances and the essence of diagnosis is one of exclusion.
A simple exam can rule out infection or other primary rectal findings.
Dr. Jay Singh
Dr. Jay Singh
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Dr. Carolyn Messere
Surgery - Colorectal

In brief: Need more info

Things that can cause severe rectal pain include abscess, thrombosed hemorrhoid, and anal fissure.
More chronic rectal pain may be due to muscle spasm or nerve entrapment. Over-exercising, particularly bicycling, can cause this. Also, in men, prostatitis could cause this pain as well. You should be seen by a physician to have this further evaluated.

In brief: Need more info

Things that can cause severe rectal pain include abscess, thrombosed hemorrhoid, and anal fissure.
More chronic rectal pain may be due to muscle spasm or nerve entrapment. Over-exercising, particularly bicycling, can cause this. Also, in men, prostatitis could cause this pain as well. You should be seen by a physician to have this further evaluated.
Dr. Carolyn Messere
Dr. Carolyn Messere
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