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Swelling in the scrotum post inguinal hernia surgery - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   hello.
User :   recently had an inguinal hernia surgery
User :   doctor said some blood may drain in to penis and scrotum
User :   at what point should i become concerned about that?
User :   the swelling
User :   it is ugly and a little uncomfortable
User :   the swelling esp of the scrotum, seems to be too much, in layman's terms, my balls are kinda heavy
Doctor :   The blood will slowly resolve in a few days or in a week,
Doctor :   It is not of a concerning problem.
User :   i read some online testimonials where some gentlemen had experienced death of testicles
Doctor :   However, if you develop symptoms such as pain, problems while urination, I would suggest you to report them to your problems.
Doctor :   The initial symptoms of these are the pain,
User :   doctor recommended going for walks, maybe i am over-doing it?
Doctor :   and hence, you may report them to the doctor, if you develop any of those.
Doctor :   The chances that such instants occur are almost negligible.
Doctor :   Do you have any other query?

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