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    Intense testicular pain after treatment for Chlamydia
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    Desesperado posted:
    Hi,

    I I was diagnosed a Chlamidya empirically and given Doxicicline for a month. After a week, the tests confirmed that I had a trachomatis and mostly all of the symptons had gone but the testicle pain remained and even aggravated during the time I was taking the atibiotic. I stopped the medication and got another swab test. A week later, the it turned out positive again with trachomatis, so the doxicicline didn't do much.

    Now I'm taking ciprofloxacino and doxiciclina but the testicular pain is still there after 6 days. It happens especially at night and depending on which testicle hurts, my leg also hurts. Not sure what to do. Having a lot of antibiotic now but no results.

    Anyone out there can give me a clue? What happened to you mate? Did you get it healed? Thank you for any help you can give!!
     
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    abe648 responded:
    Read this other post and it may helpyou.

    http://forums.webmd.com/3/sexual-conditions-and-stds-exchange/forum/8277/6
    Read more in the Herpes Handbook. Watch the Herpes Video and Terri Warren's book The Good News about the Bad News. All located under the heading Herpes at http://www.westoverheights.com/


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