I did have discomfort at the end of my penis, but I thought it was where the stone may have injuried the urethra. Of course, it could have been a healing ulceration from the infection. It did go away and I have had no problems since. Good LuckView Thread
My first bout of prostatitis was after my 2nd bout with kidney stones. I took antibotics for 1 month. I still had an enlarged prostate, but no pain. My urologist advised me to do a couple of things to help reduce the prostate and get back to normal. 1. Ejaculate every day at least once. This could be self pleasure or with a partner. It helps build up the muscle and reduce inflammation. 2. Drink fluids. Keep the color of your urine clear as water, It washs out the bacteria and helps build up the muscles that control urine retention. 3. Kegel Exercises. Do these to build things up down there. Look on line or as your dr. 4. The area you describe between your rectum and scrotum, (some people call it the "tain't" "tain't your balls, tain't your butt hole, LOL) is below your prostate and when you have a B.M or prostate spasms you'll feel that twitching. (my guess) This twitchy feel should go away as the prostate heals. When I was healing from the prostatitis, my rectum itched and I had some discomfort with my bladder also. I also had a constant urge for a B.M. The doctor told me because the prostate is near the nerve that tells you that you have to poop and the prostate is pressing on it. All the symptoms went away over time. The prostate take a while to heal. Be patient. That's why it take a month or 2 on antibotics.
You need to have a doctor exam you. Both testicles should be about the same size. This could affect your fertility and put you at risk for cancer. You can have a normal life with one testicle, but the small one may change into something worse. Get it checked out. Good LuckView Thread
I have the same problem, plus a pinched nerves in should and neck. Couple of things to do: 1) change sides. about once a week change sides of the bed and give your shoulder a rest. It beats stopping. 2) have her move lower to your chest or on to your arm more. Moving places the pressure affects will decrease the pain and soreness. 3) OTC pain meds(non steroidal anti-inflammitory) 1/2 hr before bed can help some. 4) change cuddling positions. Spoon her or just hold hands a couple nites a week. What ever you do, don't stop cuddling. I know I've had my hand and arm go to sleep with her on my should, but I would never stop.View Thread
Sounds like a pulled muscle. Once the pain is gone, start stretching some. Start slowly and continue. If you start one thing the next thing you know it might help you increase activity. The more you do the less it will hurt you. Good LuckView Thread
I'm not over 300, but I'm just under 300. If most of his weight is in his belly and it's hard, He needs to see a dr. As you already stated one concern is cancer, but another is liver disease. It can cause fluid build up in the belly and cause it to be hard. You don't have to drink alcohol to have a beer belly or liver disease. If he still refuses to see a doctor, ask him to see the funeral director of his choice. I'm 50 and my family also has a history of cancer (dad has intestinal cancer) I had my first colonoscopy 3 years ago and going again this year. I want to hear and see my grandchildren. Not have them hear stories about me. Good LuckView Thread
Check here on WebMD. They have a couple of good articles on the subject of hydrocele cyst. Sex & STD's have nothing to do with it. If you had an ultra sound done, then the doctor should have been able to answer your questions. As for self pleasure, each person has to make the choice for themselves. Good LuckView Thread
Don't blame the lab result for depression and anxiety. As a prior lab tech, those ranges are the normal limits for your lab. Steroids should only be used as needed for a good reason. If your depressed and have anxiety, find the real reasons for this. I was around 40 when I got my first testing done. I was like you, in the lower part of normal. I found out my reasons (over worked, married, & no love life) and I fixed them (ex wife-her cheating, decreased hours of work, found women who like sex with me). Once I found my problems, I was able to solve them. Find yours. Low T is a true problem. You have to get off the couch and work out your stressors. Good LuckView Thread
I can tell you it's not a torsion. A torsion is just that, a twisting of the cords and testical. It's extremely painful. Only a Dr with the proper testing can tell you if it's a spermatocele or Cancer. If you don't have insurance, check with a county health clinic. Good luckView Thread
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