VAERS ID: 1573952

AGE: 60| SEX: M|STATE: MN (United States)

Description

Patient is a 61 y.o. male with history of hypospadias/epispadias who presents to the emergency department for evaluation of urinary issues. A few days ago the patient noticed burning pain in his penis with urination and some residual pain, urinary frequency, and difficulty holding in his urine. The symptoms came on subtly, but have progressively worsened. He urinated 2 times at night last night, which was very unusual. He called a doctor and was told to come in. No hematuria, cloudy urine, fever, chest pain, scrotal pain, penile drainage, nausea, vomiting, constipation, diarrhea, abdominal pain, flank pain, or rectal pain. He denies dietary or lifestyle changes. He is married and not concerned for sexually transmitted infection. As well, the patient has had 4-5 days of sore throat and cough, and was put on a z-pack by his telemedicine doctor 3 days ago. He has taken 2 days of that. He notes he initially had flu-type symptoms, but they have resolved. He has a COVID test scheduled for tomorrow. He has been vaccinated with the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. He had a physical exam 2 months ago, and he reports he had a normal prostate and PSA. He has no history of UTI.

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Symptoms

Pyrexia, Vomiting, Nausea, Abdominal pain, Pain, Diarrhoea, Cough, Constipation, Chest pain, Dysuria, Pollakiuria, Influenza like illness, Oropharyngeal pain, Urine abnormality, Flank pain, Scrotal pain, Proctalgia, Prostatic specific antigen, Prostate examination normal, SARS-CoV-2 test positive, Drainage

Vaccines

VAX DATE: 03-25-2021| ONSET DATE: 08-14-2021| DAYS TO ONSET: 142
NameDose #TypeManufacturerLotRouteSite
COVID19 (COVID19 (JANSSEN)) Unknown COVID19 JANSSEN Unknown Unknown Unknown

RECVDATE:08-16-2021
RPT_DATE:
CAGE_YR:60
CAGE_MO:
DIED:U
DATEDIED:
L_THREAT:U
ER_VISIT:
HOSPITAL:U
HOSPDAYS:
X_STAY:U
DISABLE:U
RECOVD:U
LAB_DATA:Positive for SARS-CoV-2 RNA by PCR Abnormal E Gene Ct cycles 18.4 Comment: Cycle threshold (Ct) values are not comparable between tests and may not be comparable between different lots of the same test. Currently there is no consensus as to whether or not particular Ct values correlate with a person being or not being infectious or risk level for disease severity. So, appropriate care should be taken with interpretation of Ct values. N2 Gene Ct cycles 20.6 Comment: Cycle threshold (Ct) values are not comparable between tests and may not be comparable between different lots of the same test. Currently there is no consensus as to whether or not particular Ct values correlate with a person being or not being infectious or risk level for disease severity. So, appropriate care should be taken with interpretation of Ct values. Resulting Agency MGHL Specimen Collected: 08/13/21 23:37 Last Resulted: 08/14/21 00:19
V_ADMINBY:PVT
OTHER_MEDS:
CUR_ILL:
HISTORY:Allergic rhinitis, cause unspecified Biliary stricture Common bile duct stone GERD Heartburn Hypospadias and epispadias and other penile anomalies Lumbago Mixed hyperlipidemia Motion sickness PONV Pruritus ani Chronic back pain
PRIOR_VAX:
SPLTTYPE:
FORM_VERS:
TODAYS_DATE:08-16-2021
BIRTH_DEFECT:U
OFC_VISIT:U
ER_ED_VISIT:Y
ALLERGIES:The patient denies any known medication allergies.
V_FUNDBY:

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