What is Left Epididymitis With Funiculiti
Inflammation of the epididymis a coiled tube behind the testicles that carries and stores sperm of left testicle that spreads to the spermatic cord.
About 6,00,000 cases of epididymitis are reported in the United States every year, mostly in men between 18 and 35. 
- Physical examination by a doctor is required for confirmation.
- Affects only men.
- Urethral swab or urine culture might be required.
- Can be physically discomforting.
Epididymitis with funiculitis (spreading to the spermatic cord) is generally caused by sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as chlamydia and gonorrhea. Urinary tract and prostate infections (UTIs) and mumps virus can cause epididymitis as well. Groin injuries and the backward flow of urine into the epididymis can also cause this condition.
Ages Affected below 18 years less often; between 18 and 35 years most often; above 35 years often.
Symptoms include painful urination or ejaculation, red and swollen scrotum, bloody urine, and lower abdominal pain. Getting evaluated by a doctor is advised.
People May Experience
Other problems bloody urine or semen, discharge from penis, swollen, warm, or tender scrotum..
Pain pain while urinating or ejaculating. Pain in the pelvic region or lower abdomen.
Self-care: Practice safe sex to avoid transmitting STIs.
Medication: Taking and completing the full course of prescription antibiotics is helpful. One can also take over-the-counter medication to relieve the pain and swelling of the scrotum.
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