tescticles pain for 8 months

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i'm suffring from pain in my both tescticles esspecialy the right one with pain in my thighs

i went to the doctor several times i checked for infections after taking the anti biotics

and they helped for 2 weeks only then the pain comes back , sometimes i don't feel anything ..

now if it's chronic epididymitis how do i know ? cause the doctor think it's in my mind ..

and what's the solution !

thanks !!

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    Have an ultrasound done, looking for some type of hernia. Especially a femoral hernia, if the pain radiates into your thigh.

    Are your lymph nodes enlarged?

    If it's an infection, your lymph nodes should be inflamed.

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      hello , look i think the doctor which i went to , does not know much ,

      i had unprotected sex with a prostitutes " biggest mistake in my life "

      i told the doctor about that first he gave me anti biotic which helped for 2 week only then the pain is back .. 😕

      now i'm having severe pain in my abdominal esspecialy down my belly button and it's constant for the past week with the pain in my tescticles which come and go thro the day , i always think that there is something wrong in my Immune system as i wake up with sore throat always and i'm not eating much i'm having some nausea and there is an enlarged lymph in the upper of my right thigh so is it femoral hernia ? or an infection which did not go away ?

      or both ??

      thank you for the reply you really helped me !

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    If you have been working out in Gym, then check for Abductor Muscle inflammation. That too causes testicular pain

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    Doctors are now thinking that Lyme Disease is likely an STD.

    L.D. is a bacteria. It usually comes with a co-infection of lymphatic filariasis.

    Is it possible that the antibiotic helped with the LD, but the pain is from the threadworms?

    Doctors can put a flashlight to your scrotum, and see any physical abnormalities.

    You could probably do it yourself, for free.

    If anything stays dark when you pass the light through, I'd bring it up to your PCP.

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