I have been feeling all of the sudden yesterday after
Patient :I have been feeling all of the sudden yesterday after i urinated pain in my testicles. They feel tender. there is a noncomfortable feeling especially when i sit down. If i am moving i dont feel it as much. Besides that i get pain like heat that moves back and forth from top of my leg to my feet. I noticed a small clear discharge and i dont know if its related. It has no color and no pain.
Other than that i have on and off pain in my peliv area. its been like this over a year. I am not sexually active now. I havnt had sex for almost 2 years. I asked a doctor once and he suggested that it could chronic prostatis/pelvic syndrome. Is what i am experiencing now could be a a symptom of it.
I have nonalcoholic fatty liver
Thanks for your query.
Read and understood your history.
Certainly the symptoms your have noted of discharge per urethrum, pain in the testicle on urination, pains in the legs as you explained, not being sexually active and all indicate towards prostatism. This is congestion of the prostate as the formation of the fluid continues and if it is not discharged can cause congestion and or infection.
I would recommend you the following:
-Per-rectal examination by General Surgeon or an Urologist is a single most informative procedure.
-In addition, ultrasonography of the abdomen for genitourinary system and/or MRI helps.
-Tests of urine, blood, semen analysis and semen gram staining, culture ans sensitivity all help towards the diagnosis.
- The treatment will depend upon the clinical evaluation and findings on the tests.
Hence the foremost important factor is to get the proper diagnosis ASAP.
Please feel free to discuss further, post the reports if any you have, ask further relevant queries or if you feel that there is a gap of communication.
I shall be very happy to assist you till you get well, I promise..
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