Swelling and pain of testicle can be reduced with herbal medicine

Date:2018-12-04 click:0

There is no doubt that around 35% of men have been experienced those symptoms including swollen and painful testicle. Swollen and painful testicle is comonly caused by infection. When men have had this symptom, they usually have the disease named epididymo-orchitis. Although it isn’t common for a man to experience this symptom on both sides, it also is possible for both of testicles are affected.

If a man has this disease, excepting swollen and painful testicles, he can also find that the skin of his testicles are red and shiny.
Epididymo-orchitis is commonly caused by direct infection. However, there  is still a chance for men to affect this disease via infected blood circulation. Man can also affect this disease by having urine infection, especially in old men. It can also be caused by sexually transmitted bacteria such as chlamydia or gonorrhoea. Epididymo-orchitis should be cured immediately, if left untreated, this disease will bring many severe consequences to men.
Both the testicle itself and the epididymis are prone to infection with microorganisms. The pain on testicles is tender and hot to touch. Bacterial infection often descends from the urinary system leading to a typical infection that will normally respond to a course of broad-spectrum antibiotics.
Since infection and testicular pain is caused by infection, thus the most effective way is antibiotic.  Antibiotic can cure this disease within weeks if it is acute type. If man also can change their bad living habits, they will get rid this disease forever. However, there are a lot of people who love to choose antibiotic to cure their disease; thus, they may not allergy to many antibiotic, so, antibiotic isn't suitable for this type of patient. This type of patient should try other type of treatment such as herbal medicine. Herbal medicine - Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill is a good choice, because it has no drug resistance and is suitable for long time taking.