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Cyst under the scrotum. Any home remedy?

hi,my name is brian.i have a cyst just under my scrotum that swells up due to my job as a taxi driver,ive been for an op, without success,i cant afford to take more time off work due to being self employed ive also had antibiotices from my docs,could you advise me on these home remedies that people suggest,many thanks brian learmonth
Asked On : Wed, 3 Apr 2013
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You should consider changing your occupation. Also u should try to use an aid such as a sitting ring when you drive. This problems are common in drivers. The more time you spend driving the more the chances that you may develop problems.

The best prevention you can take is to make sure that when you are seated there is no pressure on your bottom. In case the cyst increases in size, becomes tender then you should consult your doctor.
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