Q. When I try to walk, the lower part of the scrotum becomes dark, and I have pain. Please help.

Answered by
Dr. Arup Majumdar
and medically reviewed by Dr. Sneha Kannan
This is a premium question & answer published on May 22, 2020 and last reviewed on: Jun 03, 2020
Hello!one day when I masturbated my right testicle went up and at the same time I felt a burning 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 penis veins have increased in volume and have a dark color.initially I thought of a nerve injury but now I don't understand why this veins and pains along the legs. the doctor said that I have a prostatitis and vesiculitis but he didn't tell me about the veins.if I try to walk the lower part of the scrotum becomes dark like a hematoma and I have pain.it seems to me that there was damage to the veins and nerves because I always have pains that start from the perineum and branch towards the legs...

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. More over it may be due to epididymo orchitis. In this situation I suggest you non steroidal anti inflammatory madication like ibuprofen 400mg and antibiotics medication. I recommend you lignocaine ointment apply locally. Use ice packs for good blood supply. Avoid alcohol and smoking. Avoid stress and anxiety. More details you may consult with me. Hope I have answered your query.

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