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110 Possible Causes for Enema, Testicular Pain

  • Orchitis

    Acute testicular torsion is the most important differential diagnosis of acute testicular pain especially in younger men.[] Association was assessed between EO and the following: spinal dysraphism (SD), symptomatic VUR (VUR), and bowel management (BM) requiring enemas.[] The patient presented with testicular pain and macroscopic scrotal changes requiring a left orchiectomy, with microbiological isolation and molecular confirmation of Histoplasma[]

  • Chronic Prostatitis

    Chronic prostatitis symptoms may include pelvic, perineal, back, testicular, abdominal, leg, urethral, and prostate pain.[] […] suspended moxibustion (where a burning stick is held above the acupuncture point with no skin contact), abdominal cluster needling, sometimes in association with herbal enemas[] […] area (perineum, groin, testicular region) often radiating to the lower back or the inside of the thigh.[]

  • Acute Prostatitis

    , bladder and lower back pain Painful ejaculation Symptoms of non-bacterial prostatitis may include: Difficult or painful urination Pain in the perineum, bladder, testicles[] Patients who received an enema before the procedure were slightly less likely to develop prostatitis (P .061).[] 500-mg oral dose of ciprofloxacin 12 hours before transrectal prostate biopsy with a repeat dose at the time of biopsy is the typical prophylactic regimen. 25 Preoperative enemas[]

  • Intestinal Obstruction

    Chest pain Fever and night sweats Heart murmur Irregular heartbeat or heart palpitations (arrhythmia) Pericardial effusion (fluid buildup around the heart) Testicular Mesothelioma[] Treatment consists of intensive laxative treatment with oral laxatives and enemas.[] Based on abdominal radiography, he was initially diagnosed with IO and treated with meal restriction and enemas.[]

  • Cecal Volvulus

    […] or trauma muscular infection neurogenic pain: herpes zoster , radiculitis in Lyme disease , abdominal cutaneous nerve entrapment syndrome (ACNES), tabes dorsalis Referred pain[] Abstract It has been frequently stated that barium enema has no value in the treatment of cecal volvulus.[] BACKGROUND: Many children with chronic constipation and fecal incontinence have benefited from the antegrade colonic enema (ACE) procedure.[]

  • Imperforate Anus

    Abstract This paper describes an unusual association of aspermia and untreatable, chronic testicular pain in a young man who underwent 14 surgical interventions for an imperforate[] Once it is determined that a daily enema is needed, those patients can be offered enemas given in an antegrade manner via a Malone appendicostomy. [10] Urinary incontinence[] Anorectal angle was measured as the angle between the rectum and the anal canal on barium enema.[]

  • Urinary Tract Infection

    Although men may complain of dysuria, frequency, and urgency, other symptoms may include rectal, testicular, penile, or abdominal pain.[] Management included hospitalization, bed rest, attention to diet, plasters, narcotics, herbal enemas and douches, judicious bleeding (direct bleeding, cupping and leeches)[] […] penile, testicular and abdominal pain, and penile discharge Common urinary tract infection (UTI) symptoms in children include: Urge to urinate frequently, often in small[]

  • Vaginal Candidiasis

    Diagnostic Considerations Men who have acute epididymitis typically have unilateral testicular pain and tenderness; hydrocele and palpable swelling of the epididymis usually[] If you cannot find a douche kit, look for an enema kit, as the equipment is the same. Mix 2 tablespoons of cider vinegar with 1 cup of room temperature water.[] Although the majority of patients can be treated on an outpatient basis, hospitalization should be considered when severe pain suggests other diagnoses (e.g., torsion, testicular[]

  • Appendicitis

    Urological Testicular torsion , renal calculi , urinary tract infection .[] If the pain continues after the colon has been cleansed, then use a very warm enema of catnip alone.[] Other obstetrical/gynecological causes of similar abdominal pain in women include pelvic inflammatory disease, ovarian torsion, menarche, dysmenorrhea, endometriosis, and[]

  • Cecum Diverticulum

    Testicular torsion or epididymo-orchitis : may produce pain that is referred to the lower abdomen on that side. The testis will be very tender.[] Pattern and distribution of colonic diverticulosis: Analysis of 2877 barium enemas in Thailand.[] […] or trauma Muscular infection Neurogenic pain: herpes zoster, radiculitis in Lyme disease, abdominal cutaneous nerve entrapment syndrome (ACNES), tabes dorsalis Referred pain[]

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