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What causes pain in left testicle? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 26-Mar-2014
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User:Hi Doctor, I have a pain in my left testicle
User:today I got my sonography done. and reports shows normal
User:As of now the pain is not that severe, but it pains when I touch it.
User:Here the local physician said before sonograpy that it should get cured after using some Antibiotics
User:the pain reduced when i was taking antibiotics
User:but when stopped it started paining again
User:request you to please suggest with this condition
Doctor:May I know your age?
Doctor:Besides the pain what other symptoms do you have?
User:it just pains when i touch it , or while wearing clothes
Doctor:Do you find any changes on the skin of scrotum?
Doctor:Is it on one side or both side?
User:No, i checked for that but there is nothing like that
User:its on left side only
Doctor:Have you tested your urine and semen?
Doctor:Are you there?
User:urine and semen no
Doctor:Let me brief you.
User:doctor had only asked to have a sonography
Doctor:You described a slightly discomforting situation.
Doctor:The pain may be arising from the testis / genital organs
Doctor:or from the surface (skin)
Doctor:without an opportunity to examine it is difficult to confirm which of the part is causing the ache.
Doctor:Since you met a doctor and felt better after a course of antibiotic
Doctor:it is probably related to infection.
Doctor:Infections of the genital organs take time to resolve. However it is slightly difficult to treat also.
Doctor:In my opinion, I think you should consult an urologist
Doctor:who can examine you and figure out if there are any elements of infection persisting.
Doctor:Urine examination and semen analysis can provide clues.
Doctor:If all infection has cleared and the skin area is unaffected, it may take some more days before you feel better.
Doctor:Therefore consult an urologist.
Doctor:Have you followed what I suggested?
Doctor:Do you have any questions?
User:yes, one more
User:what causes these kind of infections ?
Doctor:Its commonly arises secondary to previous urinary tract infection.
Doctor:If you been active sexually (involved in unprotected sexual intercourse) it may be related.
Doctor:The tests can provide directions about where it may have come from.
User:yes, i am married and me and my wife are planning to have a baby
Doctor:Do not be worried about the cause.
Doctor:If you were not involved with unknown partners, these are unlikely to be from XXXXXXX causes.
Doctor:Consult an urologist. After physical examination and investigations a proper solution can be planned.
User:no thats not the case..
Doctor:Do you have any other query.
User:sure ..
User:how to find a good urologist in the city
User:I am from Pune, can you suggest any names ?
User:or hospital?
Doctor:I am from Bangalore and I do not know of urologist at Pune. You can visit the nearest multidisciplinary hospital such as Apollo / fortis.
Doctor:or a medical college hospital
Doctor:You will find a good urologist there.
Doctor:Alternatively, if you are unable to find them,
User:that sounds good.
Doctor:you can write to the customer care team of HealthcareMagic to help you find one.
Doctor:Is there any thing else?
User:No, thats it
User:thank you doctor
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor:Bye for now.
User:yup good bye.
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