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How Does Epididymitis Harm Male Health?

By superwendy-0308 at 2020-08-21 • 0 collector • 323 pageviews


Epididymitis is swelling (inflammation) of the tube that connects the testicle with the vas deferens. The tube is called the epididymis. Epididymitis is most common in young men ages 19 to 35. It is most often caused by the spread of a bacterial infection. Infection often begins in the urethra, the prostate, or the  bladder.  Gonorrhea and chlamydia infections are most often the cause of the problem in young heterosexual men,in children and older men, it is more commonly caused by E coli and similar bacteria. 

Epididymitis may begin with Low fever , chills, feeling of heaviness in the testicle area. The testicle area will get more sensitive to pressure. It will become painful as the condition progresses. An infection in the epididymis can easily spread to the testicle. Then you may feel pain in the scrotum, sometimes moving to the rest of the groin. It might be painful when urinating and blood is seen in the semen. It will make your life terrible.

Your doctor will prescribe medicine to treat the infection. Sexually transmitted infections need antibiotics. Your sexual partners should also be treated. You may need pain medicines and anti-inflammatory medicines.But I’d like to suggest you a kind of medicine named Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill that made of natural herbs with no side effects.This herbal medication works to eliminate inflammation, kill bacteria, clear heat, eliminate toxins and promote blood circulation etc. Your pain will be reduced in the first month, and all symptoms will go away after the complete treatment.

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