Causes Of Pain In The Right Testis?
Hello Doctor, r nI am a 28-year-old man who previously ejaculated routinely at least once a week and sometimes twice a day. Not long ago I felt pain in the right testis and the lower right abdomen. Besides my testicular pain, it felt full and my epididymis felt a little larger than usual. But it only happens to the right testicle only. Indeed, at that time I had not ejaculated for ten days. And sure enough after I ejaculated, the next day healed. R nDoctor, what do I normalize this? The problem is this is happening for the second time, and the cause is because it hasn’t been ejaculated for a long time. R nThank you.
Hi Mas Oga,
Pain in the testicles and lower right abdomen can be caused by:
Infection or inflammation of the testicles Prostatitis Epididymitis Sexually transmitted infections Urinary tract stones Hernia Absence in ejaculation for several days generally will not cause this pain, because the body has its own regulation for sperm cells that do not come out. Usually, sperm cells that are ready to come out but are not ejaculated, will be reabsorbed by the body, or the man will experience what is called a wet dream.
Ejaculation that you do may reduce the existing complaints, but does not negate the cause. Please check with your doctor directly to find out more clearly the cause of your condition.
Keep your genetal organs clean Drink plenty of water Avoid holding back urination Sexually active safely, for example: using a condom Thus, hopefully it can help you.