Pain In The Groin Accompanied By Swollen Testicles?
Hello Doctor, I am 18 years old … I have a fever, suddenly my penis is getting smaller and swollen, pain in the groin is getting bigger … to stand up and do daily activities suddenly can … what should I do? what kind of medicine the doctor will recommend for me … thank you
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Complaints of pain in the groin area accompanied by swelling of the testes can be caused by several possibilities, including:
Epididimoorkitis, which is inflammation of the epididymis and testicles due to infection, complaints in the form of pain accompanied by swelling of the testicles, nausea, vomiting, body weakness, headache, and fever.
Testicular torsion, namely the twisting of the testicles so that blood supply to the testes is reduced, is an emergency that needs to be addressed as soon as possible to prevent tissue death, complaints in the form of one-sided scrotal pain that arises acute / sudden
Strangulate inguinal hernia, which is a protrusion of intestinal tissue through a gap at the bottom of the abdominal wall toward the scrotum so that the scrotum enlarges, and the contents of the hernia are pinched by the hernia ring resulting in disruption of the blood supply which causes severe pain
You are advised to immediately consult a doctor or urologist so that proper evaluation and treatment are needed as soon as possible. The condition that you experience does not rule out an emergency. The doctor will perform anamnesis, physical examination, and supporting examinations if there are indications, for example an ultrasound examination (USG). To help reduce pain complaints, while you can use over-the-counter pain relievers, such as paracetamol, at the dosage according to the instructions listed on the packaging of the drug.
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