Does Vaso-occlusive crisis cause painful urination with testicle pain?
In Vasso Occlusive Crisis is it common for testicles (Balls) to hurt most of the day and to urinate with pain even though the infection that was in the prostate is not there anymore? If so can a ultrasound detect Vasso Occlusive Crisis and is this a factor among many other symptoms for Chronic Fatigue Symptoms? J Flores, 31 years old, 6'2, 154lb, epilepsy,psychosis, prostate infection
The vaso occlusive crisis can cause testis pain due to decreased blood supply to testis. The Sickle cell anemia like hemoglobinopathy can be the common cause for that. For that you need to investigate with CBC and HB electrophoresis by HPLC method. The infection in testis and prostate can cause urinary pain. Antibiotics need to be prescribed for that according to culture report.
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Dr. Parth Goswami, General & Family Physician
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