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    Swollen Scrotum
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    An_252318 posted:
    I had prostate surgery last week on June 5th and am now plagued by an enlarged scrotum. It is extremely uncomfortable. I believe that I previously read about a special cushion that makes sitting more comfortable. Does anyone know about this or where I can purchase one? Or does anyone have any other helpful suggestions? Thanks for your help.
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    billh99 responded:
    I have seen at least one other person mention this. But it is hard to tell how long it will before they see this and respond.

    You might want to try a hemorrhoid cushion. Those are basically a doughnut shape.

    But first call your doctors office and ask to speak to the his nurse. They have probably seen this and have more specific suggestion.
     
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    tmmcd99 replied to billh99's response:
    Thank you for your reply - but I thing I was on this site
    a month or so a go and someone was talking about a
    'Bladder and Prostate friendly chair cushion - and now
    that I need it I can find - I will call the doctors office
    thanks again


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