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Forum Name: Sports medicine
Question: Injured Testicle---will it go away???
|jsnone1 - Sun Jul 03, 2005 5:56 pm|
I rode my first wheelie on my new motorcycle, when I came down I smashed my right testicle against the gas tank, immediate pain, then it kinda went away, then an hour later I noticed swelling, it has swollen to about the size of a kiwi, it has now been almost 24 hours and it does not seem that the swelling has went down.
|Shannon Morgan, CMA - Tue Jul 05, 2005 2:46 pm|
Go to the ER now, if you haven't.
|jsnone1 - Wed Jul 06, 2005 12:40 am|
I went to the Urgent care Sunday after work, they inspected mt testicle and told me to wear a jock strap, and gave me Tylenol 3 for the pain, I got the jock strap that night, it seemed to hurt more with it on, but I wore it, the pain pills are working good, but I think it has actually gotten a little bigger, the skin of my scrotum on that side is also thick and hard, the other side is normal.....$50 a pop to go back.....any advice is appreciated!!!!!!
|Shannon Morgan, CMA - Wed Jul 06, 2005 12:55 am|
I'm concerned that it is still swelling; you should call the clinic and tell them about this. Did they suggest icing it? Did they tell you to call if it got worse?
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