Swelling after surgery in the location where the hernia used to be, and for men in the scrotum and penis, is a sign of seroma or benign fluid collection, states Hernia Repair in New York City. Swelling occurs in 15 perce... More »

Treat swelling after hernia surgery by applying ice packs on the incision area three-to-five times each day for at least 15 minutes, recommends the Oregon Surgical Specialists. Take ibuprofen as instructed by a medical p... More »

Some swelling around the incision after a hernia surgery is normal in puppies and adult canines. However, agreen or yellow discharge combined with swelling and redness at the incision site may indicate an infection requi... More »

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In an inguinal hernia, either the omentum or part of the intestine bulges through the inguinal canal that leads from the abdomen to the scrotum, which can cause pain, states Mayo Clinic. The pain is not from the testicle... More »

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The only common sign of a testicular hydrocele is a painless swelling of one or both testicles, although sometimes the weight or size of the swollen scrotum can cause discomfort, states Mayo Clinic. To confirm the diagno... More »

Most men don’t experience any discomfort from a trichomoniasis infection, but possible symptoms are mild discharge, irritation in the penis, and burning sensations after urinating or ejaculating, WebMD states. Doctors ad... More »

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Accumulation of bodily fluid around the incision site sometimes causes a seroma to develop following a surgical procedure, explains Healthline. This occurs when the drainage tubes placed by the surgical team are not suff... More »