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Chronic Testicular Pain:

Chronic testicular pain is one of the most annoying, disturbing and depressing symptoms. When pain in the testicles persists for more than 1-3 months, it is labelled as chronic.

 

Various Causes for Chronic Testicular Pain:

  • Varicocele (enlargement of blood vessels around the testes)
  • Post-surgery pain
  • Neuropathic / nerve related pain
  • Pain due to cancer
  • Pain due to kidney stones
  • Non specific causes
 

Diagnosis:

Diagnosis of chronic testicular pain is done mainly by clinical examination , ultrasonography and if required MRI of the testis and abdomen
Most of the time, when patients visit us, the investigations are already done, and do not reveal any abnormality. Sometimes, mild varicocele may be present, but in spite of treatment the pain persists. Most commonly, this type of chronic pain is nerve related.

 

Non-Surgical Testicular Pain Treatment at Painex:

Initially, medication which decrease the sensitivity of the nerves are given. As these medication works on the nervous system at various levels, it takes approximately two to three weeks for the onset of action.

 

If pain does not respond to the Medication treatment, Non-Surgical Treatment options like Radio Frequency Ablation or DRG Ablation of L2 Root might be required in a minority.

 

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Dr Nivedita Page (MBBS MD FIPM FIAPM )

Dr Nivedita Page

(MBBS, MD, FIPM, FIAPM)

Founder & Director at Painex Pain Management Clinic

Dr Kashinath Bangar (MBBS DNB FIPM FIAPM )

Dr Kashinath Bangar

(MBBS, DNB, FIPM, FIAPM)

Founder & Director at Painex Pain Management Clinic

Dr Aparna Kaje

Dr Aparna Kaje

(MBBS, DNB, FIPM, FIAPM)

Director at Painex Pain Management Clinic, Kharadi

Dr Gayatri Bangar Pain Specialist at Painex

Dr Gayatri Bangar

(MBBS, DNB, FIPM, FIAPM)

Consultant at Painex Pain Management Clinic