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TESTICULAR PROBLEMS: EASING THE PAIN OF YOUR PRIVATES
You can’t do much when it comes to treating testicular pain yourself, so leave treatment to the experts. Nevertheless, here are some tips on preventing and alleviating the agony.
Give it a lift. Elevate a swollen scrotum by lying down with a pillow under your butt. If you have an infection, like epididymitis, this will ease the pain. Also try wearing a jockstrap or briefs-style underwear for added support—it gives the same effect. Be warned that if torsion is marauding your manhood, the pain will probably worsen when you give yourself a lift.
Ice is nice. Try an ice compress on swollen testicles to alleviate pain and reduce swelling. But be warned that ice also might increase the pain of torsion.
“If you put an ice compress on your testicles and suddenly the pain gets worse, it’s a pretty gross indicator that you have torsion,” Dr. Neal says. “Of course, you don’t want to rule out torsion if the pain doesn’t worsen with ice.”
Try sticking ice cubes in a plastic bag and wrapping the bag in a hand towel, since applying ice directly to delicate scrotal skin can be damaging.
Try the hot stuff. If ice isn’t doing the trick, then try heat to ease the pain and swelling. Place a heating pad wrapped in a towel or a warm compress on your painful privates.
“Heat sometimes helps, like ice, but remember neither is going to cure the problem. You might feel a little better, but you still heed help,” Dr. Cohen warns.
Fight the inflammation. Stop swelling and pain by taking an adult dosage of any over-the-counter anti-inflammatory, like aspirin or ibuprofen.
Bag it. Since sexually transmitted diseases are common causes of testicular pain, use common sense and wear a condom during sex, especially if you’re having sex with multiple partners or are unsure of your partner’s sexual history. Putting your manhood under wraps might be the easiest thing you can do to prevent testicular pain—and an unwanted sexual souvenir.
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