Scrotal pain commonly results from conditions like testicular torsion or sexually transmitted infection (STI). Some of the other causes are inguinal hernia, infection of the testes, kidney stones, appendicitis, and testicular injury.
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Query: Hello doctor, One day when I masturbated, my right testicle went up, and at the same time, I felt a burning sensation in the perineal area. After ejaculation, I felt an intense pain in that area, and from that time, I always have problems walking or ejaculating. The thing that scares me is that the... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. Let me tell you that the symptoms described by you suggest that you have vasculitis (inflammation of the blood vessels) can cause Peyronie's disease. Moreover, it may be due to epididymo orchitis. In this situation, I suggest non-steroidal antiinflammatory medication ... Read Full »