What is Testicular Pain

Date:2019-11-27 click:0
Testicle pain is pain that occurs in or around one or both testicles. Sometimes testicle pain starts somewhere else in the groin or abdomen, and radiates into the testicles. If it becomes severe, it may greatly affect men’s life and daily activities.

 testicular pain
The causes of testicular pain is various. Common causes are as follows:  
1. Injury

2. Infections like prostatitis, epididymitis, orchitis, urinary track infection. 
3. Testicular torsion, which is the most common cause in young men between 10 and 20 years old. It is a medical emergency that needs to be treated as soon as possible. 

Symptoms that may accompany with testicular pain include:
Men with testicular pain may also have other symptoms. 
• Nausea or vomiting
• A lump in the scrotum
• Fever
• Scrotum is warm, tender to the touch, or red
• Difficulty urinating
• Urinary frequency and urgency 
• Painful urination 
If the pain appears suddenly and is severe, men need immediate medical care. Call the healthcare provider right away or go to an emergency room.
Tests that may be performed include:
1. Urine test and urine culture 
2. Testing of prostate secretions
3. Ultrasound of the testicles
The treatment for testicular pain depends on its causes. For example, if it is caused by infections, doctor will prescribe antibiotics. It’s the most commonly-used treatment for infections. Doctor may also prescribe painkillers such as paracetamol or a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication to relieve the pain.
If the symptoms keep on and off, or the infection develops chronic, doctors will prescribe long-term antibiotics. However, if antibiotics develops drug resistance, it will be ineffective in treating the infection.

Under this situation, patients should be given a strong antibiotic or try a different medication like herbal medicine called Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill. This pill is made from purely natural herbs with no side effects. Though it needs some time for the herbs to work on the infections, its therapeutic effect is better than antibiotics in a long-term treatment.   
Home remedy
To have a better recovery, patients can take some home treatments:
• Have best rest for 3 to 4 days
• Place a rolled towel under the scrotum while lying down
• Apply ice to the scrotum.
• Wear an athletic supporter.
• Avoid lifting heavy objects or performing strenuous activity.

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