Male left abdominal pain or signs of reproductive system disease Acute abdominal pain is the most common condition
1. Acute pain
With regard to the problem of left flank pain, experts pointed out that acute abdominal pain is the most common and one of the most dangerous situations. Acute abdominal pain refers to the patient's conscious sudden abdominal pain, which is mostly caused by diseases of internal or external abdominal organs. The former is called visceral abdominal left pain. At the same time, many patients are accompanied by a series of symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, sweating, etc. Left abdominal pain is transmitted by visceral nerve, and the latter is transmitted by body nerve, so it is called physical left abdominal pain, which is mostly continuous pain.
2. The left side of the tummy hurts after sex
Some men have left flank pain, mostly after sex. Experts pointed out that the left flank pain at this time is mostly caused by inflammation and infection of the genitourinary system. For example, chronic prostatitis, orchitis, orchitis, etc. Besides, varicocele can also cause pain on the left side of the abdomen. At this time, you should go to the hospital for examination and treatment as soon as possible, so as to help you prevent the deterioration of your condition, and at the same time, you should pay attention to develop a good living habit.
3. Urinary calculus
Men often suffer from left abdominal pain, which is closely related to the urinary system. In addition to the typical waist and abdominal colic and nausea and vomiting, most of the patients have dysuria, urination pain and other symptoms. In addition, the pain is usually reflected in the groin or perineum on the same side of the waist, which is fundamentally different from acute appendicitis. The former can also show persistent pain in the right lower abdomen and left side, and acute appendicitis patients with local tenderness and rebound pain also have fever and cold in addition to abdominal distension and pain, and there are tenderness in the quarter rib and lower abdomen, deep tenderness, less rebound pain, and usually have urinary tract irritation, while urine often has pus balls.
4. Prostate pain
According to medical research, men suffering from chronic prostatitis can also cause left abdominal pain. However, the diagnosis and treatment of chronic prostatitis is very difficult. While no bacteria can be found in the urine of patients, no pus cells and white blood cells can be seen under the microscope of prostate fluid. Although it is difficult to diagnose, the symptoms of prostatitis are very obvious. The common symptoms are frequent urination, urgency of urination and difficulty in urination, especially the pain of perineum and scrotum. Some people even feel pain immediately after sitting down.