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Unable to maintain erection, pain in left testicle. Taking antibiotics for infection, no relief. Cure?

hi about two years ago i wet to a doctor told him about my left testicle and about nt being able keep an erection and he said i had some infection he gave me some anti biotics but nothing i went back to tell him about my problem and he said that it would go away and i still have the same pain it ha not progressed but i still have pain very unconfortable.what can i do or take?
Asked On : Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Based on what you have posted it appears that your pain in Lt Testicle may be due to Lt Varicocele.However final diagnosis can be confirmed only on clinical examination and colour Doppler study of scrotum.So please consult qualified Urologist for examination and to confirm the diagnosis.further treatment will depend upon the grade of varicocele and will be decided by him only.
As regards your problem of maintaining erection for a long time take medication like Dapoxetine after getting prescription from your family Physician.
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