Testicular Pain When Exposed To Gonorrhea?
Morning, I have been affected for several months GO, I have been examined by a genital specialist but have not recovered finally referred to a urology specialist … his penis has not been sick but the problem of my testicles has still not recovered but still feels sick … . what do the testicles cause? How come it’s difficult to cure … please answer y … thank you
Hello, Abdillah, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Pain in the testicular area can be caused by several possible causes:
1. Epididymitis / inflammation of the epididymis (sperm storage channel), can be caused by sexually transmitted infections such as chlamidia, gonorrhea
2. Orchitis / inflammation of the testes
3. Torsion testicles / twisted testicles cause blood flow to the testicles to be disrupted so that the testicles lack oxygen supply and cause severe pain
4. Testicular injury
5. Varicocele / dilation of blood vessels in the testes
Several examinations must be done to ascertain the cause of the pain felt in the testes. Physical examination, ultrasound, blood tests, urine analysis, until the examination of genital fluids is needed to determine the cause.
Treatment depends on the cause. If due to infection, it must be known the exact cause of the infection, for example because of bacteria it must be given antibiotics. If due to torsion of the testis, then action must be taken as soon as possible to return the testis to its original position.
So, to find out the cause of pain in your testicles must be examined directly by a doctor. Follow the advice of the doctor who examined you directly because he understands your physical condition right now. In addition, as long as you have not been determined to recover from gonorrhea, you should avoid having sex especially if you do not use condoms to avoid transmission. Take medication regularly, control routines as recommended by your doctor, and adopt a healthy lifestyle to help you heal. Avoid unsafe sexual relations to prevent contracting other sexually transmitted diseases.
That's all, hopefully thank you.