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Pain in testicle. Radiating to back, prostate after urination. Suspected epididymitis. Took medicines. Problem persists. Solution?

hello, I am 24 yr male from India.I have this pain in my left testicle which radiates to my back and prostate area and it starts often after urination,gradually grows to chronic scale and then die down after about 45 mins.I diagnosed myself for possible kidney stone , ulcer etc and everything was normal except the persistent pain.Finally after 5-6 months of running from one specialist to other i was prescribed with droxyl clav 500,Docet BD and bandyplus by a senior medicine professor suspecting a case of epididymitis .after a weeks medicine i felt normal but now after 4 months the symptoms are back again.Almst daily after urination and mostly in afternoon the pain is starting and it is staying for almost an hour.It is really frustrating and I don t know what to do.Please help... Regards A patient with chronic pain
Asked On : Sun, 17 Mar 2013
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your complains are more indicative of some urinary problem .
epididymitis usually will be associated with swelling and local tenderness .please get a check up with surgeon ,general or uro surgeon and get aclinical check up . investigation like urine routine and microscopic examination for pus cells /urinary crystals , urine culture/sensitivity and an u s g of kidney/ureter/bladder/ prostate will be helpful in reaching a right diagnosis and correct treatment .
plenty intake of water and medicine like urinary alkaliser may be helpful .
hope you be alright soon
Answered: Fri, 3 May 2013
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