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245 Possible Causes for Erectile Dysfunction, Testicular Pain

  • Chronic Prostatitis

    To investigate the role of heat shock protein (HSP)-9 on the inflammation reaction present in patients with chronic prostatitis with erectile dysfunction (ED).[] Chronic prostatitis symptoms may include pelvic, perineal, back, testicular, abdominal, leg, urethral, and prostate pain.[] BACKGROUND The morbidity of erectile dysfunction (ED) has been found to be substantially increased in patients with chronic prostatitis (CP).[]

  • Acute Prostatitis

    dysfunction, infertility, the link between chronic prostatitis and prostate cancer, male interstitial cystitis and the potential etiologic role of calcifying nanoparticles[] , bladder and lower back pain Painful ejaculation Symptoms of non-bacterial prostatitis may include: Difficult or painful urination Pain in the perineum, bladder, testicles[] dysfunction Possibly bloody semen Possibly erectile dysfunction , painful ejaculation , and bloody semen May have symptoms of bladder irritation Genitourinary pain Severe[]

  • Priapism

    Following a median follow up of 4 weeks (range 2-12) the patients reported either the development of erectile dysfunction with distal penile flaccidity.[] However, the patient presented numerous times with severe testicular pain and gradually increasing priapism. He underwent an inguinal orchidectomy for symptom control.[] In the U.S. alone, it has been estimated that 18 to 30 million men suffer from erectile dysfunction.[]

  • Mazindol

    A 43-year-old man who experienced profound dose-related erectile and ejaculatory dysfunction without loss of libido on three separate antidepressants and on the anorectic[] Mazindol has an indirect sympathomimetic action and is known to cause urogenital side effects such as urinary retention and testicular pain.[] ; sweating; chills; blurred vision; fever; changes in sex drive; urinary retention; testicular pain; and weakness.[]

  • Carcinoma of the Prostate

    This video's going to cover the common treatments for the correction of erectile dysfunction, otherwise known as impotence.[] The signs that the cancer has SPREAD include bone, back or testicular pain, loss of appetite and unexplained weight loss. What causes prostate cancer?[] Erectile dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction can result from prostate cancer or its treatment, including surgery, radiation or hormone treatments.[]

  • Testicular Torsion

    His erectile dysfunction was managed successfully with testosterone replacement and use of sildenafil.[] The standard of care for a patient with testicular pain to rule out testicular torsion is a Doppler ultrasound scan and an emergent urology consult.[] Research has shown that there are natural remedies that can improve Erectile Dysfunction.[]

  • Nortriptyline

    dysfunction and changes in blood sugar levels.[] Patients with post-vasectomy testicular pain were considered as a subgroup. None of these patients had a greater than 50% improvement in pain.[] Sexual problems , such as reduced sex drive or erectile dysfunction. Change in the way things taste. Weight gain. Rare or unknown frequency Drowsiness.[]

  • Finasteride

    erectile dysfunction.[] Others have experienced depression , testicular pain, and a variety of allergic reactions ranging from rash, itching, and hives to swelling of the lips, tongue, throat, and[] pain X X skin reactions X X breathing difficulties X X Interactions Drug interactions No clinical significant interactions are known Overdose action A small overdose is no[]

  • Leydig Cell Tumor

    In adult patients, gynecomastia, oligozoospermia, erectile dysfunction, and other signs of feminization can be present, whereas testosterone levels are frequently in the normal[] In the other patients diagnosis was made by ultrasound performed for testicular pain (4 patients, 16.6%) or the appearance of gynecomastia (3 patients, 12.5%).[] dysfunction.[]

  • Orchitis and Epididymitis

    Erectile Dysfunction (Impotence) Orchitis Epidydimitis Orc hitis Orchitis is an inflammation of one or both of the testicles.[] Testicular pain and scrotal swelling are the most common symptoms of epididymo-orchitis.[] If untreated, some conditions can lead to infertility , erectile dysfunction (ED), severe or chronic pain, or cause tissue death that may make removal of the testicle necessary[]

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