Suggest treatment for severe pain in testicles after smoking Marijuana
Seems to be due to alcohol metabolites.
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I have carefully gone through your query and understand your concerns. I feel that I can interpret what is going on. Alcohol is metaboilzed to produce aldehydes which is a toxic substance. It also leads to build up of lactic acid in muscles and that causes the muscles to cry out in agony. Smaller muscles like the smooth muslces lining the tubules of the testicles are prone to such stress reactions and can be affected. It is likely that when you drink plenty of alcohol, these muscles get a build up of lactic acid and the resultant fatigue and exhausion gives you the pain. I do not think it to be due to a varicocele. In any case, a simple ultrasound of the scrotal sac will clarify if you have a varicocele, epididymitis or prostatitis. But I doubt if you have any of these and so I expect the ultrasonogram to be clean and normal. In such a case antibiotics would not help. The only think that would help is not to torture your body with alcohol intake. I would suggest you to try rehab.
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Marijuana can cause it.
Thanks for writing back. Even though alcohol and marijuana are two separate items, marijuana is known to cause muscle spasms and twitching. The nature of the spasms would however be slightly different between marijuana and alcohol, exactly as you describe.
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