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54 Possible Causes for Hemorrhoids, Pain, Swelling of the Scrotum

  • Anal Fistula

    METHODS: Consecutive patients with anal fistula, hemorrhoids, and normal volunteers were studied prospectively.[] Examination of the scrotum showed abnormal enlargement. Laboratory data were as follows: white cell count 35,400/μL and glycated hemoglobin 9.6%.[] Intensity of pain in patients was measured using visual analogue scale (VAS) at 0 (transfer to ward), 2, 6, 12, and 24 hours after surgery.[]

  • Epididymitis

    […] necrotizing fasciitis of the perineum caused by a mixed infection with aerobic/anaerobic bacteria resulting from a perirectal abscess, trauma, circumcision, an insect bite, hemorrhoids[] PATIENT CONCERNS: A 19-year-old adolescent, presented to urologist with painful swelling of the scrotum on the left side over the preceding several days.[] Lumps of varicocele are painful. There is a dragging-like pain within the scrotum.[]

  • Perianal Thrombosis

    K64 Hemorrhoids and perianal venous thrombosis Official Long Descriptor Hemorrhoids and perianal venous thrombosis Excludes 1: hemorrhoids complicating childbirth and the[] . , retrouterine h. swelling caused by effusion of blood into the pouch of Douglas . scrotal h. effusion of blood into the tissues of the scrotum. hematocelia (he·ma·to·ce[] In this article we focus on pain, lumps and bleeding. (Perinanal itch is discussed in the article by MacLean and Russell in this issue).[]

  • Ascites

    […] ascites: Swelling in the abdomen Weight gain Sense of fullness Bloating Sense of heaviness Nausea or indigestion Vomiting Swelling in the lower legs Shortness of breath Hemorrhoids[] Massive amounts may cause nonspecific diffuse abdominal pressure, but actual pain is uncommon and suggests another cause of acute abdominal pain .[] […] of ascites include: Belly swelling Weight gain Sense of fullness Bloating Sense of heaviness Nausea or indigestion Vomiting Swelling in the lower legs Shortness of breath Hemorrhoids[]

  • Rectal Prolapse

    RIMP is not frequently associated with hemorrhoids.[] […] pain of his scrotum (Fig. 1 ).[] Women may experience a vaginal bulge, vaginal pressure or pain, painful sexual intercourse, and lower back pain.[]

  • Cholelithiasis

    […] gastrointestinal and digestive system: Appendectomy 4 Care Plans Cholecystectomy 12 Care Plans Cholecystitis and Cholelithiasis 4 Care Plans Gastroenteritis 4 Care Plans Hemorrhoids[] Clinical Manifestations Abdominal pain Cold extremities Numb hands and feet Generalized body aches Paralysis of the extremities Induration and swelling of the scrotum Hypersalivation[] Absence of abdominal pain was reported by 60.3% of the patients.[]

  • Pelvic Congestion Syndrome

    In addition to improvements in varicose veins and pelvic pain, there was improvement of hemorrhoids.[] Manual exam reveals tenderness upon cervix manipulation, tenderness upon ovary/ uterus/ scrotum palpation, and swelling noted in the surrounding pelvic/groin region.[] Chronic pelvic pain is defined as “non-cyclic” pain lasting greater than six months.[]

  • Varicocele

    Varicoceles are a widening and swelling of veins in the scrotum that are similar to varicose veins in the legs or hemorrhoids.[] INTRODUCTION: To evaluate the effect of physical activity on varicocele pain and how different varicocelectomy techniques relieve this pain.[] Varicocles are just like varicose veins in the legs or hemorrhoids. They cause pooling of blood in the scrotum and a rise in testicular temperature.[]

  • Perianal Abscess

    Contents: Knowing the difference between an external hemorrhoid and an anal abscess can be crucial — Definition of anal abscess and hemorrhoids — Types of anal Abscess — Causes[] Although the perianal abscess was drained and antibiotic treatment started, severe swelling of the scrotum, with crepitation, redness, and partial necrosis progressed rapidly[] I woke with pain in my bottom. And I mean, it was pain IN MY BOTTOM. I could barely walk for fear of tightening muscles down there.[]

  • Rectal Perforation

    PURPOSE: Our aim was to explore possible causes of rectal perforation occurring in patients who undergo the procedure for prolapse and hemorrhoids.[] On local examination, right scrotal swelling was present, testis was not palpable separately, and fluctuation was present but the skin over the scrotum was normal (Fig. 1)[] In the immediate postoperative period, she experienced severe pain radiating down her right leg, pelvic pain, dyspareunia, dyschezia, diarrhea, and new onset fecal incontinence[]

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