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epididymitis / epididymal cyst

epididymitis / epididymal cyst

Background to my current health issue, I was diagnosed with Chlamydia about 12 months ago which I was given Azithromycin in one dose to clear up.

Something still didn't feel right so I was retested 6 months later but the STI test came back all clear.

6 months on again I developed a lump/swelling on my right testicle and alot of discomfort in the area, I went to the doctors and she suggested it could be epididymitis from the Chlamydia. She prescribed doxycycline for ten days which seem to completely clear the swelling and the pain, I felt back to normal.

But after a week of coming of the doxycycline the pain and swelling was back, I returned to the doctors and they put me on a two week course of ofloxacin but these seem to have no effect and caused aggravation but after coming off the course the pain went but the swelling remained.

I had a UT scan to reveal I had a epididymal cyst but currently no pain, the doctor advised it would cause no harm and I would have to live with it. It is about the size of a pea.

What is advised to try and dissolve the cyst naturally and I am unsure whether it is still infected or not? As it seems to flare up day to day but no pain.

I have read up on caster oil, iodine supplement and Silicia 1M

but would like advise please
  Cervelo on 2016-03-15
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Please reply. Your help would be really appreciated
Cervelo 6 years ago

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