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Chronic left testis pain

I have undergone left testis vericocele surgery 5 years back.The pain still exits and it turned into chronic.Also I am suffering from prostatitis problem
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Amal Mandal Kolkata | Homeopath
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It is curable still by homoeopathy.Being a homoeopath it is not easy to say about one's medicine without proper and classical case recording. So You may contact through website askhomoeo.com for case recording and details of clinic
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When the testicles experience a reduction in blood flow along with inflammatory signals, pain can ensue.
Men who over masturbate see a decrease in testicular circulation and an increase in stagnation that leads to pain and testicle soreness. Meanwhile the testicles experience an increase in testicular interstitial tissue edema that creates groin pain.
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Dr. Sharwari Pune | Homeopath
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consult gen. surgeon and get examined and treated accordingly
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Dr. Pradyuth P Bangalore | General Physician
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Hello, the pain after surgery will not last so long,  a detailed examination has to be done and also few investigations if required. There is very good treatment for prostatitis. For further details contact me
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Best treatment for prostatitis is Digitalis Q 10 drops in half cup of water thrice a day. And Staphisagria 200 one dose every 3rd day.
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Venkat Raghav Bangalore | General Physician
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Hello....... I can understand your problem.... But no surgical pain stays for 5 years... Surgical wound heals in one or two weeks... And suture will be removed then after confirming complete healing.... You might be having some other problem... Consult general surgeon in nearest hospital.....
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