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Forum Name: Male Sexual Disorders
Question: Sensitive testicles
|Bali Greg - Thu Mar 10, 2005 4:55 am||
Hi, Originally I was diagnosed with a kidney infection and this was cured with a dose of anti biotics....however about a mnoth later my testicles began to ache and it hurt to urinate....I was dignosed with a urinary tract infection which was subsequently cured witha dose of antibitoics...BUT...5 months done the track, my testicles are still quite sensitve (some days more than others)....I had all the scans and tests done and there is nothing evli lurking down there, so the diagnosis was that I may have damaged some nerves in and around the testicles.
What is your opinion?
Could the cause be something still related to the kidney? Like kidney stones?
|Dr. Tamer Fouad - Mon Apr 10, 2006 12:52 pm||
There are many possible causes of testicular pain, these include: trauma or surgery; torsion of the testicles; infections such as epididymitis or orchitis; varicocele and hydrocele; referred pain from a kidney stone; an inguinal hernia or pelvic congestion. Pain can also be referred to the testicles from conditions such as ureteric stones or spinal pathology.
So to answer your question, yes it could be referred pain but if it hasn't cured by now then you should definitely get a second opinion.
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