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Constipation, testicle pain, itching feeling in penis, stomach discomfort

I was constipated last Friday with balls hurting. I also had an itching feeling in my penis . I felt better a couple days later, but the itching feeling in my penis comes and goes. Today, a week later i woke with my balls hurting and the itching penis feeling. Feel like I need to go to the bathroom, but can t. I have used the restroom this morning, but not much. Stomach feels a little bad, but mostly the itching feeling in my penis and sometimes the feeling runs to my anus . Any help would be appreciated. M
Asked On : Tue, 1 Jan 2013
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hello micheal , go for urine test i think this is infection that causing you irritation, you can use topical application like neomycin plus clobetasol plus miconazole combination. if infection is present in urine use antibiotics like ofloxacin 200 mg two times a day with painkillers if you feel pain
Answered: Wed, 2 Jan 2013
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