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Penile implant 10/30- experiencing xtreme sensitivity in glans- all scrotal support waist bands are too tite & hurt. Sugs? Mostly laying w frozen peas
Hang in there!: At this point, you are past the concern of bleeding so if the support is feeling too tight, you could loosen them. This is normal at this time because nerves are waking up and many have increased sensitivity. If ice helps, great! some people feel heat helps more at this point. Pain pills don't usually help but occasionally neuron tin, an antiseizure medicate can help or antidepressants. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What to do if I had my varicocelectomy on august 6th, 2013. I wear a suspensory bandage to support my scrotum, but for how long should I wear it?
Now: It's 2015. You can stop now. Let comfort dictate your use of a support. ...Read more
After having neurolysis of the spermatic cord surgery a couple weeks ago I've noticed I'm still slightly swollen. I don't know how to support my scrotum, without buying anything. I'm not working and don't have any money. Your help is grateful and apprecia
Twisted hrzontaly lying right testicle to vertical.Usg done(nrml) urologists advised scrotal suport.Still mild pain after 1 month.This much time ok?
I noticed a small knot at the bottom of my scrotum. It's inside my scrotum but doesn't feel attached to anything. There is no pain. Any diagnosis?
Evaluation: Any type of scrotal/testicular mass in someone your age needs evaluation to rule out serious conditions. ...Read more
Scrotal pearl: Scrotal pearl is a calcified testicular appendix. Appendix testis present in about 70% of men, is a vestigial ; useless structure ; remnant of temporary primitive fetal kidney. Usually cause no problem, but can twist and be confused with testis torsion, or calcify and feel like a grain of rice. Check it regularly over few months to ensure no enlargement to suggest a tumor. Painless. Doesn't grow. ...Read more
Another nerve pain: Sciatica specifically refers to nerve pain that radiates down the sciatic nerve (i.e., down the back or side of the leg). But, many times the term is used more generally to refer to any radiating pain from the back. Compression of the upper lumbar (l1, l2) nerve roots can cause pain that radiates to the scrotum, however, with any pain of this type you should definitely be examined by a physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer