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Scrotum swelling, inflamed, painful, black stools. Epididymitis?

hello. I think i might be having epididymitis . there was swelling in the right side of my scrotum . in the last three days it became inflamed and there was a lot of pain. but since yesterday the swelling and the pain has reduced by 70%. i also noticed that my stools have been black since yesterday. can you please guide me further. thank you
Asked On : Sat, 1 Sep 2012
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As per your query you might have got Epididymo orchitis.It is inflammation of testis and epididymis.
You might have used antibiotic and anti inflammatory drugs.
Because of the pain killers,there might be slight bleeding in the stomach and it will become dark while passing stools.
You should take Rabeprazole tablets along with Sucralfate syrup.
Please consult a Surgeon/Gastroenterologist and follow their instructions.
Answered: Wed, 15 May 2013
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