I have some semen like fluid discharge from my penis. Its usually after i pee and there is a lot when i'm sexually aroused. Also when i'm pooping i strain and feel it being pushed out of my penis. Originally i thought it was chlamydia but i tested negative for it along with gonorrhea. I've been to the doctor who originally diagnosed me with epididimitis but then went to a urologist. All he told me was that i have 2 spermatic cysts down there. I have pain in my right testicle frequently also. I have been everywhere yet the doctors say i'm fine. They dont give me clear answers. I'm starting to get to my wits end. Any ideas as to what could be wrong with me?
How are you? What other diagnostic tests were initially done? It is good that gonorrhea and chlamydia were negative. Epididymitis may present with
discharge from the urethra, discomfort in the lower abdomen or pelvis, groin pain, fever, and even blood in the semen. Complete blood count, urinalysis, testicular scan and doppler ultrasound may need to be done.
Epididymitis usually gets better with antibiotic treatment but this condition may recur. if it persists, you may need to have this evaluated further by your doctor. Take care and do keep us posted.
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