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Dull Testicle or groan area pain
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Dull Testicle or groan area pain

I have been having dull pain around the groan area. I cant exactly pin point the pain because it comes and goes and not always in the same area. I usually notice the discomfort when I'm driving my work truck. It started about 3 weeks ago along with some real bad itch at the scrotum area. Usually at night before I go to bed I scratch myself raw that it's real uncomfortable to walk.
        I had a STD from oral sex that made me urine very frequent along with pain while urinating. the doctor gave me some pills and that took care of it. He never told me what I had. This was about 1yr ago.
   I saw the urologist about this problem and he doesn't think I have an STD, but I think he didn't check because I'm married. he instead gives Prescribes me 500mg of Ciprofloxacin HCL twice a day for 14 days.. It didnt do much because the disomfort is still there. This doctor is going to perform a biopsy on me to retrivr tissuse in hopes to find sperm so my wife can go through IVF.
Please any idea or sugestions would really help me.

Thank You..
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Testing the urine and obtaining urethral swabs for infection and STDs should be done at minimum.  I would also consider a rectal exam to evaluate for prostate inflammation or infection.  A prostatic massage can be considered to milk and analyze the prostatic fluid.  

If the prostate continues to be suspected, an ultrasound can be considered to image for any abscesses.

These options can be discussed with your personal physician.

Followup with your personal physician is essential.

This answer is not intended as and does not substitute for medical advice - the information presented is for patient education only. Please see your personal physician for further evaluation of your individual case.

Kevin, M.D.
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