– A swollen, red or warm scrotum.
– Testicle pain and tenderness, usually on one side, that usually comes on gradually.
– Painful urination or an urgent or frequent need to urinate.
– Discharge from the penis.
– Pain or discomfort in the lower abdomen or pelvic area.
– Blood in the semen.
– Less commonly, fever

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