Friday, June 7, 2013

Differences between orchitis and epididymitis

Both orchitis and epididymitis are common disease for men. But because most people commonly affect the two diseases at the same time and orchitis commonly caused by spreading bacterial from epididymis , so it is hard to men to distinguish them. Here are the differences between the two diseases:
Causes are different
Orchitis common is caused by bacteria from epididymis, so its main infection way is bacterial infection. While if you are a boy, your acute orchitis may be caused by mumps virus. The reason why epididymitis is hard to cure is the infected urinary tract. Different inspection method
Orchitis is similar with epididymitis, but the redness of testicles isn’t obvious and strong, but you can see swelling on one or both sides. When you press it, it is painful and the skin in scrotum is redness and high fever.
Different Nursing methods
In addition to pain killer, doctor also will give you some antibiotic and ask you to take ice bag, because serious orchitis can make men lost their ability of reproduce. During the acute period, there will be abscess formed or develop into chronic orchitis, if your bacterial left untreated.
Epididymitis also should be treated with antibiotic, when pain become milder, you should put ice bag on your testicles.
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1 comment:

  1. Helpful Epididymitis Herbal Treatment possess either anodyne action to help reduce or antibacterial action; particularly herbs that help treat bacterial infections of the urinary tract.