I recently was diagnosed with epididymitis, after going to the ER with pain mostly in the right testicle, and was given deoxycycline. The STD test came back negative.
I then went to a urologist who said it seems to have cleared up and prescribed Ciprofloxacin to help with any additional pain along with ibprofuin.
He also suggested i get an ultrasound to test for testicular cancer with came back negative, but he noticed a shadow which could have been a kidney stone. So I went for a CT scan because I developed some back pain and frequent urination, but the results said there was no stones.
So I went home and masterbated the same day as the CT scan, and nothing came out and now I have the pain in my right testicle again and I am scared to death.
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