im 24 years old. last month i went to see a urologist n im diagnosed having either epididymitis and slight varicocele.. i was given ciprofloxacin tablets and diclofenac tablets for inflammation and antibiotic. according to the ultrasound i have a fluid around my left testicle. i just want to know:-
1) is there any effect of the fluid around the left testicle? im going to have another ultrasound in 3months time as advised from the urologist.
2) sometime i have a hard time getting erection.. i can get it hard but not 100% hard.. what can this possible be? i do have some Nocturnal penile tumescence..
3) when erect.. my scrotum doesn't retract.. i can feel my testicles are hanging.. is this normal?
I also want to add that sometimes when i ejaculate.. the semen dribbles out instead of 'shooting' out... in the past i 'shoot' naturally..
im worried about my erection.. i did try watching porn to get erect.. but i still cant fully erect.. more like soft erection.. is there something wrong with my nerves system in my genital? 5days ago i remembered have a wet dreams n ejaculate while not fully erect..but im not sure if the semen are white or watery.. since that day.. i cant fully erect... help..
is my erection problems physical related or psychological? maybe its my testosterone level are low... so how can i know my testosterone leverl? how can i make the testosterone level normal? any food that can increase the level?
Hi. Most of your questions can be answered by a urologist, so please post this on the Urology Expert Forum. I'd also suggest you get back to see your own urologist ASAP for further testing. Good luck! Dr. J
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