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Alternative Treatments For Scrotal Edema
See a urologist: Most common cause of scrotal swellings are hydroceles (sac of fluid around testicle)+ corrected by minor surgery. Spermatoceles are benign cysts which can be removed if large or symptomatic. Swellings with pain can be due to twisted testicle or epididymitis, former needs surgery asap ot save testis, latter needs antibiotics. Testis tumors need surgery. Treatment for scrotal edema is non-surgical. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Fluid in the tissues, either caused by something local to the swollen area like an injury or inflammation, or from the body's retention of water. Gravity brings the fluid to the feet & legs in that case. As a general rule, if one foot is swollen, something is wrong with the foot. If both feet are swollen, it's not the feet, but water ...Read more
I have 12+ small sebaceous cysts on my scrotum. My GP said that they are too small to remove. I'm wondering if there is any alternative treatment?
Day5 after Hydrocele surgery. Scrotum feels the same and have same size like before. I was expecting a postop. Edema, but feels exactly like my hydrocel?
Re Lasix (furosemide) 4 ltrs out/2 ltrs in, patient is 300 pounds w/ edema in r leg and scrotum. Hydroceles in testicles. Is 4 ltrs still too much?
Vas Deferns: Vasitis nodosa is a complication experienced in approximately 66% of men who undergo vasectomy. It is a benign nodular thickening of the vas deferens, in which small off-shoots proliferate, infiltrating surrounding tissue.] it can be mistaken for low-grade adenocarcinoma by pathologists and is implicated in late vasectomy failure. ...Read more
I have treated syphillis but still have the large bug bite like thing on my scrotum. What other treatment can I explre?
See a dermatologist: Since you left out every single detail which might provide a clue, your question can allow no answer except to tell the attending Dr or clinic to reevaluate you at once. Wrong diagnosis? Wrong treatment? How long on treatment? What was the treatment? Etc ...Read more
See professionals...: How long has it been? The described pictures suspect the occurrence of acute epididymitis if deep inside the sac or scrotal abscess from infected sebaceous cyst if on the scrotal skin, and either requires urgent attention. So, collect the onset, duration, and progress of the symptoms with their detailed sequence of event, and bring those to doc for review, analysis, more hx, physicals, tests... ...Read more
Warm soaks.: Try starting with a simple warm soak to the area twice daily. Soak a washcloth in warm (not hot) water, ring it out and hold it on the scrotum for fifteen minutes. Hopefully this will open up the follicles and allow them to drain. Hopefully this will be all you’ll need. ...Read more
Surgical removal: Is the only treatment. All the calcifications must be removed otherwise recurrence occurs. Have you had this for many years? You are 65.This disease occurs in teenage years. Best wishes. ...Read more
Sx's: This can't be diagnosed with the information that is available. A history, physical examination & other studies may be needed to determine cause/causes. ...Read more
Depends on symptoms.: Bilateral funiculitis means inflammation of the spermatic cord on both sides. This could be detected on power doppler ultrasound as increased flow and dilated blood vessels. Treatment depends on clinical signs and symptoms. If there is minimal pain or discomfort, no treatment may be necessary. Signs of infection require treatment with antibiotics. Pain can be treated with anti-inflammatory meds. ...Read more
Here are some...: The care for what you reported would depend on the degree and area of "burned" by cleaning acid as well as personal coping ability. General measures include: 1. copious irrigation with sterile saline or sterile water especially for first degree, 2. keep the affected area as dry and clean as possible, 3. take oral pain killer to ease pain as needed, etc. If in second degree, seek evaluation &. .. ...Read more
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What is the right treatment for scrotal wall dermatitis? What precaution can be taken to have early recovery?
Tell me the right treatment for scrotal wall dermatitis and what precaution to be take to have early recovery?
Steroids and? Antifun: It depends on the cause. There can be fungal infection along with cotact or other eczematous dermatitis.So treatment consists of steroid creams and often with an addition of anti fungal cream. You have to avoid too much perspiration in that area by wering loose ubderwears and cotton clothes and avoid tight jeans etc. Which increases the perspiration in that area of body. ...Read more
Swelling is the enlargement of organs, skin, or other body parts. It is caused by a buildup of fluid in the tissues. The extra fluid can lead to a rapid increase in weight over a short period of time (days to weeks). Swelling can occur all over the body (generalized) or only in one part ...Read more
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