Penis and Testicle Conditions | Epididymitis

Understand what goes into treating the acute and chronic versions of the urological condition.

A urologist explains how common problems arise for the duct transporting semen.

Doctors need to determine the type of infection before they can prescribe the treatment.

STIs and urinary issues cause most cases, so prevent the former and address the latter quickly.

Treatment-resistant conditions dwell under the umbrella of chronic pelvic pain syndrome.

While STIs are a common cause of epididymitis, it can be non-sexually transmitted too.

The ball is in your court when it comes to finding relief from this kind of genital pain.

Knowing what causes it can certainly help you avoid it. We're here to help.

Here's what you need to know about the physical symptoms that might point to epididymitis.

You shouldn't ignore either testicular condition, so take the time to get to know both of them.

Inflammation of the epididymis can be painful and dangerous. Here’s what you need to know.

Swollen lymph nodes and testicles are signs, but does epididymitis go away on its own?

Epididymitis is a common condition in men between ages 14 and 35 that may cause infertility.