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How To Make A Hematoma In The Scrotum Go Away
After a laparoscopy, how long will it take for the co2 to be absorbed and the swelling to go down?
A Few Days: In order to do laparoscopic surgery, the abdominal wall muscles need to be paralyzed. Co2 is then used to inflate the abdominal cavity, creating room to work. While we try to remove all of the co2, some may stay under the diaphragm causing shoulder pain. The co2 is usually absorbed w/in 1-2 days but it may take a bit longer for the normal muscle tone to return. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It may never go away: Swelling in the legs following an acute DVT can take several days to weeks to resolve if properly managed with anticoagulation and use of compression stockings. An often ignored consequence of DVT is post-thrombotic syndrome, which often includes leg swelling, and occurs because of damage to the veins which had a dvt. This is also managed by compression, however, will never go away. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Several days: With diligent moderately hot compresses to stye followed by gentle massage of the stye will typically resolve it after 7-10 days. There will be redness ; superficial changes in the shin where the stye was for up to a few weeks. As long as the stye has reasonably regressed over this period without pain anymore, you generally will do fine. Sometes the stye has to be lanced, particularly if increased. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hemorrhoid, doesn't hurt to use the bathroom, hurts to touch or moving around. Will it go away on its own? don't want to go to doctor. Size of a pea.
Maybe: If this is a pea-sized nodule on the outside, it may be a thrombosed hemorrhoid. These often respond to soaking in epsom salt baths, ice, and stool softener. There are other things this can be, such as an abscess. If it starts to feel worse or is not starting to get better in 24 hours, you should seek medical care. If you develop a fever or chills, you should seek medical care immediately. ...Read more
How long does it take for a small anal hemorrhoid take to go away on its own? I rather not go to the doctor.
How long can a ruptured testicle stay in the scrotum before dissolving or causing infection? Would it cause infection and if so how seriouse
Not ruptured: A ruptured or torsioned testicle is a medical emergency. Local changes may persist lifelong after trauma. Most men have testicular asymmetry and your changes may be just a normal variant. If any other symptoms or issues I would suggest that you bring it up at your next office visit. An ultrasound as deemed appropriate by your doc may help. ...Read more
Elevation/compressio: First you need to find out the cause of the swelling. There are several possibilities ranging from leakiy valves in veins of legs, to lymphedema or congestive heart failure. See a doctor. Elevating feet and legs often works temporarily in simple cases. Elastic stockings are the best way to keep swelling down assummming there are no serious causes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Excision: It would be prudent to see your gynecologist to determine the nature of the cyst. it is likely to be a Bartholin cyst and may need to be removed surgically. Do not try to pop it. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more
Have a lrg seromas from hernia surgery surgeon said to put heat on it will this help it go away , is their anything else to do to help go away ?
Time: Obviously, there are many factors that go in to this such as the type of hernia repaired, repair technique, and you medical history. In general, most seroma will resolve on their own in weeks to months. Persistent seromas or those that are causing problems may need to be drained. See your surgeon to find out for sure. Best of luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hydrocelle can go away on its one? After how much time or what can tell you that it will not go away and needs surgery?
See dr: First, get properly diagnosed to assure you have a hydrocoele. Most go away in time (a few weeks/mo) but some may require surgery, so it best to develop a relationship with the urologist and get evaluated. Best wishes. ...Read more
Bursitis: If you mean Bursitis, that is fluid collection at the outer aspect of the elbow, it usually gets better with some anti inflammatory medications or by aspirating it. However, you need to take care of the elbow by not injuring it or put pressure on it (that might have caused the problem in the first place). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
After chalazion surgery, will the eye go back to the way it was, or will there be a permanent scar left behind?
several months: The next time you get a large acne cyst like that it is best to go to the dermatologist, so it can be injected with cortisone. This does not get into your bloodstream but will improve the cyst in only one day and then there will be a little risk of scarring and the redness will go away faster. ...Read more
Less than a week...: ...If that's what it is, and if you treat it with the correct cream. If it's still there after a week, one of the above "if"s is untrue, and you should see your pediatrician or a dermatologist. ...Read more
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