Can pacofen or paracetamol relieve pain from acute epididymitis?

May, but... Both are acetaminophen which is an non-steroid anti-inflammatory drug so it will ease the pain to a degree for a while but is not a good care for acute epididymitis, which requires appropriate antibiotics. To correctly put all related things together for good care, follow suggestion in articles listed in http://www.formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html. More? Contact me if you wish.

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Does acute epididymitis make you sterile?

It can . In general repeated episodes of epididymitis can lead to fertility problems. Please see your doctor to be tested for gc and chlamydia. Read more...
Here are some ... Epididymis is the transitional "staging site" for spermaturation, located right out of but attached to upper back part of testis, and consisted of a >10-feet long tubules. Inflammation of it (epididymitis) either by STD-related or bacterial infections may result in the blockage of its tubules to prevent sperm transportation through there. But earlier / more effective Rx for it, the better to ... Read more...

Can cannabis use lead to acute epididymitis or similar symptoms?

Sperm Health. Hello, cannabis use can lead to decreased sperm count, drop in seminal fluid and abnormal sperm function. However, in researching this, i was unable to finds ties to acute epididymitis. Read more...

How much time, if left untreated, will complications from acute epididymitis arise?

Get care. Acute epididymitis should not be left untreated. Get care. Did you make your own diagnosis? It could progress to an abscess. Good luck. Read more...

4/13 -mrsa infection on face, given i/m rucephin at clinic - dr prescription doxycycline -after 4 days - intense diarrhea, dr stopped rx, MRSA cleared-now acute epididymitis, no STD activity/ relation to mrsa?

Possible . Mrsa infections can be tricky to shake sometimes. Epididymitis usually occurs secondary to infectious cause and some medications. It is unlikely that Doxycycline is causing your testicular pain. Do you have noticeable swelling of the skin around your testicles? Rarely, MRSA may spread to other parts of the body but usually infects the skin. Read more...
Very unlikely. S.Aureus including MRSA is very unlikely to cause epididymitis. Need to be seen by urologist to rule out complications including abscess, obtain ultrasound, microbiological studies and get antibiotic treatment. Read more...