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What Is The Best Treatment For Scrotal Hematoma
A scrotal hematoma is a collection of blood, either from surgery or non-surgical causes, like trauma or ruptured blood vessel, in the scrotum. Most hematomas benefit from drainage, rather than anticipating reabsorption like a bruise does. A bruise is blood within tissues like water in a sponge, but a scrotal hemotoma is a larger volume of blood within the actual space ...Read more
I have a scrotal hematoma after vasectomy what's the best treatment doesn't hurt just uncomfortable was done on the 14 when can I take anti inflammato?
Here are some...: The most reasonable course of care at this time after vasectomy is leaving it alone as long as getting better in pain and hardness week by week. Meanwhile applying scrotal support in standing and elevating scrotum in lying position so to ease discomfort and enhance subsiding swelling. More? Ask your doctor timely. ...Read more
Blood in the scrotum: A scrotal hematoma is a collection of blood, either from surgery or non-surgical causes, like trauma or ruptured blood vessel, in the scrotum. Most hematomas benefit from drainage, rather than anticipating reabsorption like a bruise does. A bruise is blood within tissues like water in a sponge, but a scrotal hemotoma is a larger volume of blood within the actual space inside the scrotal sac. ...Read more
Rare: This is a rare complication <1%. Can be sudden and painful occuring in the first few days. You get +++swelling. Many urologists will suggest surgical drainage to speed up recovery, but waiting for your body to absorb the blood is an option too... Though you might get frustrated with this. Take it easy and use ice for the first few days after vasectomy to decrease the risk. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Scrotal hematoma: Scrotal pain, swelling and discoloration of the skin in the area of swelling. ...Read more
Scrotal hematoma postop, now 8 wks; if to be evacuated, can I request:
1. minimal incision
2. reposition displaced testicle
3. close w/sutures ?
Don't see why not: BUT you need to consult UROLOGIST for opinion surgery! Hope this helps Dr Z ...Read more
Scrotal hematoma; formed postop wks 1-4 (hydrocelectomy); now 8 wks postop; tennis ball size, very firm; age 50; upset; surgically evacuate yes/no?
Scrotal Hematoma: Over the internet impossible to respond. Seek in person second opinions ASAP. ...Read more
Young doc says closure by "second intention," yet my site is clean/intact! I want him to evacuate postop scrotal hematoma, end w/sutures. Am I wrong?
Have postop scrotal hematoma; will be in place for total 3 months by time surgeon can operate on it; Is longstanding blood hard to evacuate? Why wait?
If it is truly: a post operative hematoma, you have a good chance that it will improve with time. Another consideration is ischemic testicle, which could be a bigger problem. Seek a second opinion if you are unsure about your surgeon's advice. ...Read more
No set of rules...: First, wait until being comfortable in moving & running around. How long? There would be no set answer because post-traumatic tissue healing and resolution chiefly depends on the magnitude of injury & hematoma inside scrotum. For individual situation, ask the doctor who can directly see and palpate the scrotal hematoma for better personal decision and advice. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Scrotal hematoma? S/P vasectomy 11th day. How large is to large and when should I be worried. Right now it's about the size of a pecan there is no pa
Is it normal for testicle pain 2 weeks after a vasectomy? could that be associated with a scrotal hematoma?
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