The Six Major Causes Why Your Testis Hurt

Date:2019-07-24 click:0
Testicle is a very important genital organ for men, there might be some problems if you never care about it. In general, most men will experience testicular pain at some time, this phenomenon is very common. If you know if it is necessary to see a doctor when you are in pain.
1. Urinary system infection
If the urinary system infection is not treated in time, it will infect the Posterior urinary system, including the posterior urethra, testis, prostate, bladder and so on, and symptoms such as swelling, pain, soreness and so on may appear. However, urinary tract infections are usually followed by burning or stinging pain during urination, which is easy to notice. Generally, they are treated by oral antibiotics or injection of corresponding antibiotics, depending on the type of infectious bacteria.

In addition, Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill can also be used for treatment, It has good effects of clearing heat and detoxification, activating blood circulation, promoting diuresis and relieving stranguria. It can kill all kinds of bacteria and viruses causing male urogenital diseases,without producing any drug resistance.

2. Testicular torsion
Testicular torsion, also known as spermatic cord torsion, is caused by the torsion of spermatic cord (which connects the testicle to the body) due to external forces, such as exercise, sex, and even squeezed when sleeping. Testicular torsion mostly occurs in children and there is a certain incidence in adults. The symptoms is severe pain on one side of testicles, swelling and tenderness, often accompanied by nausea and vomiting. Surgical treatment is commonly used with this condition.
3. Kidney stones, constipation, hernia or stomach problems
The nerves of the testis are connected to many organs of the abdomen, including the stomach, kidney and digestive tract. If constipation is frequent, the pressure of the backlog of excreta may also oppress these nerves. Similarly, kidney stones, stomach diseases, hernia or appendicitis may cause testicular pain through nerves. If the testicles are often painful and have no direct cause, these organs may need to be examined.
4. Vasectomy
Vasectomy is a contraceptive procedure that seals sperm from the testis to the urethra. Although scrotal pain caused by vasectomy is very rare, it may also occur. According to the American Urological Association, chronic scrotal pain occurs only in 1% to 2% of men undergoing surgery.
5. Scrotal edema
Generally, testicles are small balls hanging on several ropes, which are made up of blood vessels, nerves and tissues that can be used for draping. There is a certain amount of fluid in and around the testicles. If the total amount of these fluid is unbalanced, edema and hydrops may occur, resulting in pain. At this time, according to the examination, sometimes surgery is need when necessary.

6. Varicocele
Varicocele is an abnormal dilation, elongation and circuitous vascular lesion of the vine vein plexus of the spermatic cord. Its main symptoms are lower swelling pain, falling pain and dull pain in the urinary and genital areas  including testis. It accounts for 19%-41% of the common causes of male infertility, most of the cases occur in young and middle-aged men, and the incidence rate is 10%-15% in normal male. Depending on the severity of the disease, oral medicine or surgical treatment can be selected.
As mentioned above, testicular pain is not only a urinary system problem in many cases, it may also be the symptom of gastritis, appendicitis, and even kidney stones. Generally speaking, if it is occasional or mild pain, there is nothing to be alarmed, but if it is frequent or causes severe pain, of course, prompt treatment is necessary. If the pain is intense and lasts for more than 15 minutes, it is recommended to go to the regular hospital for examination and treatment.