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Testicular injury, sagging testicles, loose skin on scrotum. Treatment for conditions?

Hi my husband normally has pretty perky balls if you know what i mean but tonight they where sagging super low!! And his scrotum had a LOT of extra flabby skin which has never been there about 2 days ago he got hit in the weiner really bad. So my question is why all of a sudden their saggy? In the 4 years we have been married ive never seen them this way..
Asked On : Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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Hi ! The history of injury to the scrotum suggests that there could be some collection of blood in the scrotum due to trauma to testes. The extra flabby skin which is noted by you may be a subcutaneous deposit of blood. I wonder if he does have any pain or not. If what has been just told is correct, I would suggest you to consult a urologist at the earliest, as the trauma caused to the testes may prove to be serious if not dealt with urgently. If possible, go to him with a ready ultrasound report. Please take care.
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