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Groin, lympnode, ejaculation = extreme pain

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • October 2, 2009
  • 03:18 AM

It is now just over three months that I have been living with this pain. My life is now altered to the point of depression, weight gain, and lack of sleep.
Here are the details:
40 year old male in better than average condition no drug use, never had anything in my life more than a common cold.

My pain started out with cramps in my groin area, my back was sore, the pain increased when I would orgasm to the point of vomiting.

I made an appointment with my doctor and he tested me for STDS. I came back healthy, from there he sent me to a specialist. During this time the pain increased to the point where I could only be intoxicated if I was going to orgasm otherwise I would ball up in pain. I finally saw the specialists who checked me out, he did the finger up the butt thing, squeeze the balls while I coughed, checked out the shaft etc. I checked out but he said my lymph node was swollen quit large. (On the left side of my groin.) He prescribed CEPHALEXIN 500mg three times a day.
He was interested why my testosterone levels were fluctuating from one extreme low to a moderate high.
I was sent to get a CT scan where they put an IV in my arm and sent me though a machine. The results came back over a week later. The specialist is gone on holidays so my MD pulled them up on the computer. My MD said everything looked fine, he had no idea what was wrong with me, prescribed vicadin, sleeping pills, and is contemplating prescribing me CYPRO. My MD thinks that this may be a sports injury and wants me to see another specialist and a MRI
I was sent on my way home today and have been standing in front of my computer ever since trying to get some answers. I will not just mask the pain with a pain pill, I would like to know what the issue is so I can get back to my life.

My current condition is:
My leg on the side of the swollen lymp node is hyper sensitive, it is painful to have clothes touch my leg.

My legs feel like I have had a massive gym work out, I am sore and afraid of falling down steps. My legs to the touch feel the right temperature but they feel cold.

Two weeks ago my back and my scrotum area broke out in huge boils. They went away and I think it may have been an allergic reaction.

I have a constant cramp in my lower belly

I can not masturbate otherwise on orgasm I feel as though knives are being stuck into my groin area. I can almost pass out from the pain, the pain subdues in about five minutes leaving me feeling the soreness in my legs and hypersensitivity in the skin.

Since I have not been able to masturbate I have woken myself up in pain from dreams I have had.

I am now lacking in sleep, no longer able to work out, sexually I am messed up since I am in fear to perform, I can feel depression taking over.

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  • Here is an update, my last blood results came back with elevated Iron levels.I was sent to see an Orthopedic Doctor, he said I may have a Hernia, I was sent to a general surgeon, he said I had no hernia.. Frustrated I took on the advice of my bud.. He gave me a five day supply of Cypro.. I took the pills twice a day and on the 4th day I woke with no pain, on the fifth day my body was back to normal.Today I visited with my Doc and kind of let him know how many thousand I have dropped into this issue, when in fact we should have treated it with a script from day one.. My doc is a good guy but he seems to stay away from giving out medication..I am hoping that it does not come back again!
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • October 8, 2009
    • 04:26 PM
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  • you could have a couple of things going on but at the first sign of the "boils", you should have ran to the doctor because they are a clue to what is bothering you. They need to scrape it and find out what it is. Make sure your blood work included syphilis/hiv and herpes 2 specific. Get a copy and check it out for yourself. Get all copies of all tests. It sounds like possible shingles what you are describing for part of it, or in the herpes family. You would be wise to request that herpes 2 to rule it out since the boils? (did they pop on their own and go away) were evident. Take all your paperwork to your new doctor; you don't need a good guy, you need some answers and help.
    Monsterlove 2921 Replies
    • October 9, 2009
    • 01:11 AM
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