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Respected Sir ,
My name is Robby. i am 32 years of age.i am having problem with my left testis . its paining constantly for past 5 months.Pain is restricted to left testis only it seldom goes to left iliac fossa .i have taken 7 days antibiotic course of DOXYCYCLIN - 100 mg and NORFLOX -400 mg .but still finding no relief .
the scrotal swelling has not increased in size in these 5 months .
i have no problem in erection and ejaculation .
other findings are -
1)usg - normal bilateral testis with unilateral left moderate hydrocele.
2)filarial antigen - negative
3)urine culture - negative.(before taking antibiotics)
4)TLC, DLC - normal
5)KUB ultrasound - normal
6)Routine urine examination - normal
please advice me , i am in great pain as it interfers in my day to day life .Eagarly waiting for your reply.
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