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I occasionally get pains in my right testicle.. I have

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I occasionally get pains in my right testicle.. I have received a few kicks to the testicles a few years ago, but not a major injury.
I have noticed that my scrotum skin has become red and I get pain in my lower abdomen after urination and sometimes a stinging pain at the tip of my penis after urination which lasts for about 5 mins.
I was born with problems with my kidneys and had an operation to correct bilateral reflux when I was 6 years old. I currently have right sided renal scarring.
Could this possible be linked and should I see my GP. What would he do to examine me and what kind of tests would I need?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Urology
Expert:  Anthony Bray MD replied 1 year ago.


Yes you should see your doctor for these symptoms...

It sounds that you may have a urinary tract infection...the redness of scrotum and soreness of the testicles could be epididymitis ( infection of tube between testicle and prostate)

The prostate should be checked ...infection of prostate gland may correspond with some of your symptoms

Do your doctor will likely need to check your scrotum and testicles and lower abdomen and pelvic exam will probably need the urine to be checked (urinalysis )

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Anthony Bray MD