Hi, it's been almost a year i'm having pain in the place between testics and anas. I've visited few doctors, but they couldn't decide what's wrong with me. last time i visited a doctor was 4 months ago... while the doctor was inspecting me (putting her finger in my anas) some mucus came out from my penis... which was tested and the report says everything normal. I had blood test, urine test and all came normal. I don't have fever, and there's no blood in my urine. In last few days this pain is becoming worse... when i give pressure in my penis i feel pain in my urethra, and it's always the same... it's always been the same. While urinating the pain doesn't become worse...
So can anyone tell me what's happening with me?
Interstitial Cystitis is an inflammatory bladder disease, that often causes
urethral pain, frequency etc. It is not easily detected by standard tests.
IC is often thought of as a womens disease, so is often missed in men and kids. The ICA recently put together a new brochure on Men and IC.
If you would like the links to find out more about IC and decide if the
symptoms line up with your problems, just send me a pm and REMIND ME I talk to many patients.
We do also have an IC and pelvic pain support forum here on medhelp:
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