Painful Genitals (male) Evaluation
Evaluation of genital pain in a male begins with a history and physical examination.
Physical findings in males with genital pain include:
- Penile discharge
- Testicular swelling
- Inguinal lymphadenopathy:
- Penile sore
- Genital warts
- Joint swelling (rare)
Tests may be required to evaluate genital pain in a male.
Tests that may be used to evaluate genital pain in a male include:
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