Swelling In The Testicles Accompanied By Difficulty Holding Urine And Can Not Erect?
At night, I want it …. already +/- 1 month my husband (same age) can’t get an erection … and his testicles are +/- 5 months swollen, but there are no complaints, just lately it’s hard to hold back pee … why?
Hello Mirna, Thank you for the question.
Has your husband gone to the doctor for further examination to ascertain the cause? Complaints about difficult erections may be related to complaints of swelling in the testicles sac (scrotal). Therefore, you should first find out the cause of this swollen scrotal complaint so that it can be treated immediately and prevent other negative effects. Some of the causes of scrotal swelling are:
orchid epididymitis varicocele hydrocele Although it can be associated with complaints of swollen scrotum, but does not close the possibility of difficult erection complaints are not directly related to the complaint. Difficult erections can be caused by psychological stress, depression, anxiety, fatigue, diabetes, side effects of consuming certain drugs, side effects of smoking habits and consumption of alcoholic drinks. Given that this complaint has been going on for a long time, you should encourage your husband to consult further with a urologist. The doctor needs to ask about your husband's symptoms, examine your husband, and do other tests such as urine or ultrasound. After ascertaining the cause, the doctor will determine the next treatment.
Meanwhile, encourage your husband to get enough rest for 7-9 hours every day, manage stress well, avoid smoking, and avoid the habit of consuming alcoholic beverages.
I hope this helps.