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Edited by 1love4ever - 3/29/14 at 12:07am
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I had epididymitis a few years ago and went on a course of antibiotics for a month. It had eased up by then, but came back with a vengeance as soon as I stopped taking the medication.  I went back on it for over 6 weeks, and that finaly took care of the issue.

 

I realise that I have not answered your question, since I did not resolve my issue at home, but just wanted to warn you that if your DH goes the antibiotic route, that it takes a while.

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Edited by 1love4ever - 3/29/14 at 12:08am
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There may well be a natural remedy of some sort.  I am clueless in that area.  In my own case the pain was often a bit more than mild.  As usual I waited at least a month to see if it resolved itself, as often that happens.  However in this case it did not, so in desparation I went to the doctor.

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By the way - totaly off topic - but I love how you describe the state where you live.  I wish none of them paid for it.  In fact I wish all doctors would abide by the oath they took when they became doctors and "Do no harm".

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Oh thank you!  You're the first person to comment on that!  And I agree :)  I support the practice in no way whatsoever, so I am really happy that my tax dollars, which I have no choice in how they are spent, are not going towards supporting it either!


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