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Hi my question is in summers do running or gyming increases our body temperature. I feel like after running for 3-4 hours I feel too much heat in my body? Wht should we do?
I had long time (10 years) sinus problem, now some what ok. My face became dark especially under eye areas. Give remedy please. Thank you.
My wife aged 74 yrs suspected of urinary tract infection. All symptoms point to this. She is a diabetic. I have started cital. Kindly advice.
Testicle Pain And Symptoms That Identify Genital Conditions And Treatment Tips For A Swollen Scrotum!
Testicle pain is not normal, but before you go getting into a panic it doesn't mean that it's something sinister either. Painful testicles can be a result of several things and the primary one being trauma. A heavy knock to the genital area or a kick in the groin would leave any man doubled over in pain and very likely winded too.
Not being able to connect testicle pain to a knock see a doctor. At least after talking to the GP you will find out what, is causing the discomfort. You may be sent for tests if the medic cannot identify the problem at the surgery.
Remember not all testicle pain is down to testicular cancer if this is a worry at the back of your mind. Of course you will be examined for disease of this type that is, if the doctor has no answer as to the cause of the pain at the time of consultation. It's natural to show concern, but try not to fret as it could be over little or nothing. And for the record some cancers don't bring pain.
Painful swollen testicles and testicle lumps can be the outcome of injury. Guys that get easily embarrassed and don't want to see a doctor don't be silly. The quicker you find the reason behind the suffering the better. An untreated condition while in its early stage will worsen ending up in the late stage therefore making the healing process more difficult.
Sudden, testicle pain is something that needs seeing to immediately.
Pain in one or both testicles can spread to the lower abdomen. Testicles are round shaped balls that hang in a sac inside the scrotum. Particular conditions that affect the testicles may cause abdominal pain before it makes way to the testicles, testicular torsion being one of those conditions.
What is testicular torsion? It means twisted. Twisting cuts off the blood supply and tissue dies. If not treated early it can lead to infertility.
Epididymitis is strongly connected to inflammation of the ducts. This is where sperm passes out of the testicle. Anticipated symptom is a warm red swollen scrotum. Scrotal pain is usual with epididymitis and urinary system infections. Then, there is Orchitis another disease connected with inflammation of testicle tissue, caused by bacteria, or virus.
Fluid can cause tender swollen testicles
Varicocele affects the veins in the scrotum where they become great in size. These veins carry blood away from the testicles therefore the job they are supposed to will not happen, due largeness.
Spermatocele (fluid in the epididymis.) is again another regular problem for men.
Hydrocele fluid filled scrotum.
Hernia: Not everyone knows what it is or what is included with a hernia, but quite surprisingly all will have heard of it. Hernia is weakness in the muscular wall of the abdomen. A ring of intestine can lunge through because of the weakness bringing a lump on the outside. A large hernia can end up in the scrotum. Pain now is more abdominal rather than scrotal. It can get really sore with coughing or sneezing.
If pain is in the groin or genital area that you are sure is a result of injury or fluid pain relief will reduce swelling and ease soreness.
- Consider buying an athletic supporter. This will support the scrotum
- Gently apply an ice pack to the scrotum to reduce swelling
- Treat inflammation with a warm damp compress
- Lie on your back on the bed and put a clean towel folded under your scrotum
- Acetaminophen or Ibuprofen two painkillers that will help with pain and swelling
- Whether the testicle pain is from injury it is still sensible to have it checked out. A quick physical examination will be done. The doctor will direct his attention to the groin, testicles, and abdomen. Let the doctor be the one to diagnose the exact problem because after all he or she is the professional.
I am 24 years old. I have 5 mm of stone in left kidney. My serum creatine is 1.51 mg/dl, serum uric acid is 5.7 mg/dl and seen few motile bacteria. And also I have testis pain. Please suggest me how to survive this problem. I am suffering from these problem last two years.
Hi, I am 31/Male. I am a gay and was in relationship with another guy (Works in TCS). Suddenly he broke the relationship and is getting married . I unknowingly went into depression in Dec'2017 after his engagement. I was referred to Psychiatrist and he prescribed Daxid 50 mg twice a day after meals in the morning and night. But I don't feel any difference. I am suffering from insomnia too. What is to be done now?
Doctor, Please advice me for this Menoline forte medicine for hormonal problem so please tell me is this ok and should I take it?
I am losing my weight so I'm not happy you are happy but I am not happy so you please grow my weight.
Roll up your sleeves for a blood pressure check to know how well your kidney is doing. High blood pressure is the leading cause of kidney disease. Therefore, it is important to monitor your blood pressure regularly. Let’s understand the connection between high blood pressure and kidney disease by knowing about them in detail.
What is high blood pressure?
It is the force of the blood that pushes against the blood vessel walls when the heart pumps blood. High blood pressure, also called hypertension, is an increase in the force of blood as it moves through the body. The first number is the systolic pressure that indicates the pressure as the heart beats and pushes blood through the blood vessels. The latter number is the diastolic pressure, which indicates the pressure as the blood vessels relax between each heartbeat. A high blood pressure is one where the systolic pressure measures 140 or above and the diastolic pressure measures 90 or above.
How do kidneys work?
Each kidney is made of millions of filtering units called nephrons. These nephrons constitute a filter called glomerulus and a tubule. The glomerulus allows fluid and waste products to pass through it and prevents blood cells and large molecules from passing. The filtered fluid then passes again through the tubule, which removes waste and sends the nutrients back to the blood stream. The waste products are excreted in the form of urine.
How does high blood pressure affect your kidneys?
The nephrons in the kidneys are surrounded and supplied with a dense network of blood vessels. Each nephron receives blood supply through tiny hair-like capillaries, which constitute the smallest of all blood vessels.
When there is an uncontrolled high blood pressure and an increased blood flow, it tends to narrow, weaken or harden the arteries. Without enough blood supply through the damaged arteries, the nephrons do not get enough oxygen and nutrients. As a result, the kidneys lose their ability to filter blood and remove wastes. The small blood vessels of the kidney are more prone to damage due to high blood pressure.
Healthy kidneys release a hormone called renin-angiotensin-aldosterone, which regulates the blood pressure and is responsible for maintaining the level of sodium and water in the body, which eventually controls blood pressure and enables you to lead a healthy life. On the contrary, damaged kidneys fail to regulate the pressure of blood in the body which further results in even high blood pressure and contributes to the damage in a spiral way. Kidney failure due to high blood pressure is a progressive process. However, you can act now by managing your blood pressure levels and lead a healthy life.
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