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Pain in left testicle
During routine health check RBC (5 to 8hpf) found in urine last year that time I don't have any symptoms then doctor prescribed antibiotics for 7 days again did urine routine still RBC found, then I visited urologist after analyzing my report he noticed in altrosound report mild enlargement in prostate then he gave Dutas T tablets for 2 months after taking this medicine did urine routine again still RBC found with 10 to 15hpf , now urologist suggest for CT scan , I have taken CT scan but in CT scan report shows everything normal even prostate size also still am experiencing pain in left testicle and burning while uraniting and RBC in urine routine, please help to understand the problem and relavent treatment
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Hi Please get a cystoscopy done to see the what is going on inside Dr Saatiish Jhuntrraa
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Hello.. Well dutas t tablet is given in the case where prostate hyperplasia is seen...But still you gave complaints of pain as well as blood and protein in urine...There is still something which is causing the microscopic bleeding..I would suggest you to go for ultrasound of the genital region and meet a surgeon..Thank you
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Hello there.... Take over-the-counter pain medications... Over-the-counter painkillers such as paracetamol, can be used to relieve pain and swelling. ...Lie down on your back. ...Apply an ice pack to the area. ...Rest and avoid strenuous activities.... Especially avoid heavy weight lifting.... Provide support to the scrotum by wearing an athletic supporter.....While lying down, place a rolled towel under your scrotum.... Other treatment options will depend on the cause of your testis pain..... Consult Surgeon....
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