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Im 22.. normally good health

I have had right testicle pain, groin pain, lower back pain, constipation and some abdominal cramping, pain and bloating for about 5 weeks now.

The constipation has been the constant. A couple of bowel movements a day with Senokot but not a lot comes out and not as large of a movement as I am used to.

Had a ultrasound done on my testicles showed nothing, blood work clear, abdominal xray clear.

Do you have any insight into what might be going on? I was given antibitotics for epiditmytis and the pain went away but after playing hockey the pain has come back. Urine tests didnt show any STD's or Kidney problems.

One of my tonsils has also been sore and swollen but is now better..dont know if it is related

thanks


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replied January 29th, 2011
Abdominal Pain Answer A19111
Hello and thank you for posting your health query on E health Forum.

Based on the history, it seems that episodic abdominal cramps, pain could be due to renal stones. Pain that originates due to renal issues (Stones, infection) is episodic ,spasmodic or colicky in nature, originating in the flank and radiating to the lower belly, inner thigh or the testicles. It is associated with other symptoms like nausea, vomiting , etc.

You might consider consulting a Urologist for a physical examination and additional evaluations including a urinalysis, and an ultrasound or CT of the abdomen (not testes) and this will help to initiate necessary treatment.

I hope you find this information useful.



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