Epididymitis Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis, Treatment

What Is Epididymitis ?

There is a tube at the back of testicles that stores sperms and carries them. Due to bacterial infections or sexually transmitted infections, inflammation occurs in that tube. This problem is known as epididymitis. Sometimes the problem increases and creates inflammation in the testicles as well. It is very painful and irritating condition when testicles also get affected. The inflammation in testicles is known as epididymo-orchitis.

Epididymitis Causes

Most common reason of Orchitis and Epididymitis causes is the sexually transmitted infections (STIs) in young men who are also sexually very active. These infections are also called gonorrhea and Chlamydia. Those who are not sexually active these problems are caused by urinary tract or prostate infections. The bacteria spread infection to epididumitis. The heart medicine named amiodarone or pacerone sometimes causes inflammation in the tube.

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Epididymitis Symptoms

Epididymitis Symptoms are these:

  • Sometimes the scrotum also gets swollen, warm and red
  • Usually on one side if the testicles, pain and tenderness occurs. It can also occur on both side
  • The urine becomes frequent and causes severe pain while urination
  • Excessive discharge occurs from the penis
  • Pain occurs while intercourse or ejaculation
  • In several cases a lump appears on the testicle
  • Patient feels discomfort in the lower abdomen and pelvic area. Sometimes pain also occurs
  • Sometimes bleeding occurs in semen
  • Patient can have mild fever in some cases

Epididymitis Diagnosis

Sometimes the people suffering from tuberculosis can catch this infection whereas it happens in a very rare situation. However it can also occur due to a trauma or injury. In several cases, due to heavy lifting or straining, urine flows backward for sometimes due to that the tube gets infected. Hence, it a painful problem, that occurs among the men of any age. Patient undergoes several tests to find this problem.

Epididymitis Prognosis

Epididymitis can become chronic if not treated in time. If it lasts for more than six weeks then doctors call it chronic epididymitis. It is necessary to visit the doctor as the initial Epididymal Cyst Symptoms occur including the scrotal pain or selling. The scrotal or pelvic area pain can occur that should not be ignored because there are several other reasons that can cause severe damage.

Epididymitis Prevention

Most of the time, this disease affects one part and causes redness, swelling and pain. In chronic cases it happens that the problem gets disappear for a couple of days and reappear without showing any definite symptoms. It becomes more painful in these cases because the patient feels more pain and frustration. Different methods are used to calm the patient in such situations.

Epididymitis Treatment

Epdiical helps to Epididymitis Treatment deeply. It is made of herbal ingredients that do not create any kind of side effects. It is one of the extensive range of herbal care products. It starts controlling the excessive discharge and relieves the pain. It contains Nutmeg, Spanish chamomile, Egg Shell Calcium, Coral calcium, Henbane, Indian Rennet, Cowhage, Wattle Bark, Cloves, African rue, Elephant Creeper and Cinnabar. Epdiical maintains the balance of the organ and the tube. It also helps in curing the pain while ejaculation and intercourse by curing the infection first.

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