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Pain in the groin area extending to testicles. VDRL, RPR, DNA/PCR, ultrasound inconclusive. Cause?

I am a male 28, i had an unprotected Oral Sex with a FSW last year arounf Feb 22 , After that i had Abdoment pain in the right side and also the back pain till the groin , Doctor adviced that it could be Renal Stone , Done Ultrasound as well as CT Scan but nothing was detected i have done VDRL and RPR Test both were non reactive, HIV 1 and 2 both were negative, DNA/PCR from Urine for Chlamydia and Gonohorrea both were negative, and Hepatitis B antibody test Negative But still i have pain in the groin area till the right testicles please advice what it could be , I am very concerned, Even my Wife has abdominal Pain Ultra sound done free fluid in Uterus was found Doctor gave ofloxacin for a week but she still has pain
Asked On : Sat, 12 Jan 2013
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you might have some sort of cystitis,prostatitis or epididymo orchitis...take antibiotic having good penetration in these organs like TAB ENOXACIN 400mg B.D for 10 days...along with painkiller and anti inflamatory....
wish you good health...
Answered: Fri, 26 Jul 2013
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