If there was testicle pain orr swelling in a testicle from chlamydia would that show on a scrotal US?

Epididymitis... ...due to chlamydia and other STDs, usually would show an abnormality by ultrasound, but not always. If you have apparent epididymitis, with tenderness and definite swelling of the involved testicle, and sexual exposure with STD risk, the usual practice is to treat for presumed chlamydia even if not confirmed by testing or ultrasound. Better safe than sorry! Also ask sex partner(s) to be tested.

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What are the most COMMON chlamydia symptoms in MEN? Would it be MORE likely for there to be sores or penile discharge over testicle pain/swelling?

Symptoms. ?Purulent (made up of pus) discharge from the penis ?Burning, itchy, or painful sensation while urinating ?Swollen or tender testicles. Read more...
Often no symptoms. Chlamydia often has no symptoms but the most common ones relate to discomfort with urinating, a discharge (usually slight), or penile pain. Ulcers don't occur and testicular swelling would be very unusual. Read more...
Often none. Most commonly men have no symptoms with a chlamydia infection which is why it is important to be checked if you have had unprotected sex. common symptoms however are discomfort in the urethra ( hole where urine comes out of the penis)pain on passing urine, a slight discharge from the penis. Occasionally testicular pain and swelling. Read more...

If I have testicular pain suspected to be referred muscular pain, no lumps or swelling of testicle, does it make any sense to get a scrotal ultrasound?

To completely r/o. it makes sense as to completely rule out other possibilities even though no mass/swelling is noted. especially if the pain does not go away after a week or so, also it depends on your other history, age, examination etc. discuss with your doctor. Read more...

I am experiencing testicles shrinkage, testicular pain (quality: persistent discomfort), scrotum swelling, genital lump (penis or scrotum) (quali...

Uro symptoms. The variety of symptoms you mention indicate the need for you to see a urologist right now. Your family doctor can refer you to this type of specialist. This will rule out or identify medical conditions. It will also allow for treatment, if needed, before conditions progress. Peace and good health. Read more...

I have slight testicle pain after vibra for three weeks. I tested neg for chlamydia today. Urine always neg. For puss. Can symptoms cont. For a while?

Doubt epididymitis. "Slight testicular pain" usually not due to infection. True infection (epididymitis) usually has severe pain and testicular enlargement. Your doctor likely gave Vibramycin (doxycycline) as a trial for possible epididymitis due to chlamydia, but non-improvement is additional evidence against it. But the antibiotic makes current chlamydia test meaningless. Maybe chronic pelvic pain syndrome? Read more...
Possible infection. Commonest cause of testicular pain is infection. Urine is most of the times normal and your doctor has already tested you for clamydia, which is a good thing. He will still need to prescribe you an antibiotic to treat the infection. This will also help with your pain. Read more...