Causes Of Back Pain, Pain And The Area Around The Penis Is Swollen And Painful During BAK?
Hello, I have a husband now he is suffering from aches and pains in his genitals and waist, the aches and pains along with swelling around his genitals, and when urinating there will be aches and pains, is this what is called hernia pain. R nThank you!
Hi Flora, Thank you for your question.
Has your husband seen a doctor? Pain in the waist that is accompanied by pain when urinating can be caused by:
urinary tract infection
urethritis, which is inflammation of the urethra (the ducts of sperm and urine in men)
kidney stones. Kidney stones can cause complaints of pain in the waist area that radiates to the front of the abdomen and feels up to the thighs or testicles.
What do you mean by the swelling of the pubic area is the testicles? Swelling of the testicles can be caused by:
orchitis, which is inflammation of the testicles
epididymitis, which is inflammation of the sperm ducts
Inguinal hernia, which is a portion of the intestine that comes out of the abdominal cavity through the lower abdominal wall towards the genitals, which can cause a lump in the testicle sac. In general, hernia sufferers do not experience complaints of urinating. Symptoms experienced by hernia sufferers are a lump in the groin of the thigh, a feeling of pressure / heaviness / pulling in the groin, a lump in the scrotum, pain, nausea, vomiting
Please advise your husband to see a doctor immediately before these symptoms get worse. The doctor will ask about your husband's complaints, check your husband's condition, and suggest additional tests such as urine tests, ultrasound, or CT scans to find the cause. From this examination, the doctor will find out the cause and recommend further treatment for your husband. In the meantime, advise your husband to continue to consume lots of water and take pain relievers such as paracetamol to relieve pain.
Hopefully this information is useful.