Frequently Asked Questions - painful testicle

<IMG style="WIDTH: 74px; FLOAT: left; HEIGHT: 70px" alt="" src="/sites/default/files/images/symptoms_causes/male_reproduction/painful_testicle.gif">From infection and surgery to UTIs and cancer, the causes of testicular pain can vary. Minor irritation can be a presage to mild conditions, while exasperating discomfort, invariable pain, and discoloration of the testicular sac can mean much more severe problems.<BR>&nbsp;<BR>Men who have experienced a testicular injury or have felt minor irritation should seek immediate medical attention. Men may also want to try a <A href="/node/720">Botanical Remedy for Groin Pain and Testicular Atrophy</A> to limit the often irritation sensation of painful testicles. For a full list of causes, symptoms, and treatment plans for men with painful testicles, visit our symptoms sections.<BR>

What is an orchitis?
It's an inflammation of one or both of the testicles. It usually happened when epididymitis is infected by bacteria or virus. Men with this condition would experience testicular pain during ejaculation. Treatment for orchitis consists of a combination of antibiotics, anti-inflammatory medications, pain medications, and temporary refrain from sexual activities.
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Can Prostaglandins Cause Painful Sex?
Disruption of sex hormone balance or sex organ damages increase the production of Prostaglandin E2 resulted in pains. Prostaglandin E2 contributes to inflammatory pain that related to penile pain, testicular pain, prostate pain or pain after ejaculatoin.
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