4 Things Scrotal Lift Surgery Will Make Easier

If you’re uncomfortable with the sagging of your scrotum, particularly if you’ve had testicle surgery in the past or if you’ve experienced an injury to the area that is now causing problems, you may be wondering ifscrotal lift surgery is right for you. Sure, it would improve the appearance of your scrotum, but it’s probably not worth the time spent healing just for cosmetic surgery, right? However, there are a number of other things that scrotal lift surgery will improve for you, too.

Sitting on the toilet. If you’ve ever had the wonderful experience of sitting down, only to realize that the water in the toilet is too high and your testicles are getting a cold bath, you know what an unpleasant experience that can be! After you’ve had scrotal lift surgery, however, everything will be tucked up high and tight, keeping it out of the water when you’re on the toilet.

Working out. When your scrotum is uncomfortably stretched, working out can be uncomfortable! Your testicles are in an uncomfortable location, leading to more friction and a greater likelihood of pinching or squeezing. Following your scrotal lift surgery, however, you’ll be able to work out more freely, without needing to wear supportive undergarments every time you put on your gym shorts.

Riding a bicycle. Let’s face it: bicycles are just uncomfortable when your sagging scrotum leads to uncomfortable pinching or even squishing. Adjusting yourself in public is impolite, but there’s not much you can do about it when you’re trying to go biking! After scrotal lift surgery, however, you won’t have to rearrange yourself every time you sit on a bike seat. The same is true of horseback riding or motorcycle riding: you want your intimate parts out of the way so that you can enjoy the experience, and that’s exactly what scrotal lift surgery can give you.

Getting intimate with your partner. If you’re uncomfortable with the appearance of your scrotum, getting intimate can be a challenge. Once you’ve had scrotal lift surgery, however, you’ll love the way everything looks, making you much more comfortable in bed.

Convinced that scrotal lift surgery is right for you? Contact us today to set up an appointment for a consultation. Still not sure? Feel free to contact us to learn more.

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Top Three Reasons To Have Scrotal Lift Surgery

It’s an unfortunate though often natural part of aging and the effect of gravity that wrinkling, loss of firm skin texture and sagging happens.  Most of us think of this being a problem in the face and neck or perhaps the general loosening of skin that results from weight loss, but there is another issue that is not always talked about; scrotum sagging.  The good news is you don’t have to suffer with it any more.

Here are three important reasons to have scrotal lift surgery:

You dislike the shape and length of your scrotum.  Perhaps you feel self-conscious in intimate situations.   It’s even possible you’re in a relationship with someone much younger and want to rejuvenate the over all look of your genitalia.  This procedure tightens and lifts the scrotum, removes excess skin and not only improves appearance but can help bring back your confidence.  There’s nothing wrong with wanting to look and feel your best.

You’ve previously suffered a sports injury or had testicular surgery.  Difficulty with managing a sagging scrotum can affect how you use the toilet and use fitness equipment making it difficult to even ride a bike.  Skin can get caught in swim suits or work-out clothes.  The surgery can relieve the discomfort and pain and allow you to be at ease again in underwear and tight clothing.

You have Scrotal Lymphedema.  This less common occurrence is, according to National Center for Biotechnology Information, “a disease that is caused by obstruction, aplasia, or hypoplasia of the lymphatic vessels draining the scrotum.” Without being able to drain, the fluid enlarges the scrotum, thickening the tissues and can even engulf the penis.  Sometimes in advances cases, surgery is the only option.

For more information on scrotoplasty for a sagging scrotum and other procedures offered by Dr. Herb Singh, contact us.

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Scrotal Lift Surgery — Scrotal Reduction

In recent years, scrotal lift surgery has become more common. Also known as scrotoplasty, the surgery is generally performed to improve the scrotum’s appearance, to alleviate discomfort and reduce the annoyance that some men experience during sexual activity due to a low-hanging scrotum.

A low-hanging scrotum is medically referred to as scrotal ptosis. In some cases, the man is born with a naturally low-hanging scrotum and in other situations the scrotum naturally stretches with age.  Many men find the condition bothersome and even painful during sports activities, when wearing tight-fitting clothing or during sexual relations. The low hanging scrotum often becomes irritated and painful from constantly rubbing against clothing or the inner thigh.

A scrotal lift surgery tightens and lifts the scrotum. Dr. Herb Singh, a board-certified urologist, customizes each surgery to fit the specific needs of his patient. He  treats each patient with the utmost personal care during the pre-operative, post-operative, surgery and after-care.

A relatively minor procedure, the scrotal lift surgery is performed as an out-patient procedure, so you can recover in the comfort or your own home. Dr. Singh will work with you to manage any post-surgical discomfort with oral pain medications during your recovery. In most situations, you will be ready to return to work within one week after the surgery.

Please contact us today to learn about scrotal lift surgery. Our team of caring medical professionals will work with you to answer all of your questions and set up a consult with Dr. Herb Singh to learn about the benefits of scrotal lift surgery.

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