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Pain in hip joint and both testes
I started experiencing a slight pain in my left testis and in usg report i got diagnosed with Varicocele grade 1 but then I stated experiencing pain in my hip joint area and calf of left leg then it transfers to both legs. When I consulted to urologist they said that It can't be due to varicocele so then i consulted with orthopaedic they recommended x ray after examination but there's nothing on x ray. The pain in increasing day by day I don't even know where to go. I am going to UK this September and wants a solution before going there. Please help me
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Can help you, kindly consult and provide detailed history for proper diagnosis and further management
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Hi Please consult orthopedician
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An orthopaedician should be able to help you.take a second opinion.
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Can help you with the next course of action and treatment plan. Would like to discuss in details and provide apt solution. Kindly consult.
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Go back to the Orthopaedic surgeon. Some diseases develop over a period of time. It is possible that some clinical evidence may be available now which was not there when you consulted with an Orthopedic surgeon last time.
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Scrotal pain is related to varicocele, whereas hipjoint pain is not.there are many potential causes of hip and leg pain, the most common include arthritis, bursitis, tendonitis and sciatica. Plain x-ray hips will show arthritis,any bony abnormalities.You may need MRI to find the exact cause.You can have a second opinion on the same issue consulting another orthopedist.
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Good morning No the pain is not related It can be muscular/skeletal pain Take Tab Zerodol MR if pain is more Arachitol nano 60k once weekly for 7 weeks Take rest Dont liftheavy weights Avoid heavy exercise Hot Pad Fomentation Follow up after 3 days or incase of emergency
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Need few details Kindly consult
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