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Could protein in urine cause testicle swelling?

Protein in urine. If you have severe albuminuria, you can develop a nephrotic syndrome which can cause edema of the scrotum but the testicles are not affected. Read more...

I am leaking 298 protein in urine is this serious have swelling all over my body put on a stone in weight in six week and itch all over?

See doctor . Possibly. We rapidly need to know what your creatinine is doing as this story sounds suspicious for nephrotic syndrome. Please see a doctor urgently to arrange these tests. Read more...
Nephrotic syndrome. You appear to have Nephrotic Syndrome which is very serious. The treatment will depend on what is the cause. Discuss with your team. Read more...

What can cause swelling in pubic bone area and testicles moving up towards pubic bone area with blood in urine as well?

We call swelling. in this area suprapubic swelling. When the testicles seem like they are moving up this is called a retractile testicle. It is due to contraction of cremaster muscle. Hernias can cause suprapubic swelling, as can enlarged lymph nodes, and perhaps this swelling is impacting the spermatic cord which is connected to the testicles. Blood in urine can be from bladder/kidneys/prostate. Need doctor eval. Read more...

What to do if I have blood and protein in urine!?

Concern kidneys... The presence of both in urine leads to considering some forms of kidney disease. Again, a good history, serial urinalysis, blood test for kidney function, and renal ultrasound will be sufficient to follow such condition safely. But, at times, ct.Ivp and cystoscopy may be required. Of course, the detail of care should be individualized. So, go to talk and work with your attending physician. Read more...

Larascoptic pyeloplasty fixed crossing vessel puj last year. But getting pain and moderate hydronephrosis. Blood and protein in urine. Why would this be?

Need evaluation. There are many potential causes of recurrent pain with hydronephrosis and inflammation after a pyeloplasty. You need to make sure that there is not a stricture (narrowing) that developed at the site of repair. Sometimes a kidney stone formed in the kidney might have begun to pass. UTI must also be ruled out. Talk to your urologist about appropriate tests. Read more...