Swelling of the scrotum; Testicular enlargement
Apply ice packs to the scrotum for the first 24 hours, followed by sitz baths to decrease swelling.
If the pain is severe, place a rolled-up towel between the legs just under the scrotum to help relieve pain and reduce swelling, but get medical attention to make sure it is not a torsion.
Wear a loose-fitting athletic supporter for daily activities.
Avoid excessive activity until the swelling disappears.
Call your health care provider if
Call your health care provider if:
You notice any unexplained scrotal swelling
The swelling is painful
You have a testicle lump
What to expect at your health care provider's office
Your health care provider will perform a physical examination and take a medical history, which may include the following questions:
When did the swelling develop?
Did it develop suddenly?
Is it getting...
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