After The Genital Jump Hurts?
Why after jumping / dropping from the height of genital pain / pain?
Hello Ryan, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself, Dr. Rio will try to answer your question.
From the complaints you feel, pain in the genital area can be caused by several diseases / injuries, including:
Genital Injury / Trauma Torsio testis Epididymitis Orchitis The above diseases have almost the same symptoms, but the causes are very different. In your case, I am more likely to be suspicious of genital injury or trauma due to a history of jumping before the onset of pain. Although the risk of other diseases is still possible, anamnesa and further physical examination must be done directly by the doctor.
Although the height of your jump is unknown, however high it is, there is still a gravitational force that allows the cause of pain in your genitals. Injury / trauma can occur from mild to severe. Usually the pain is accompanied by swelling or rash / bruising and inflammation can occur.
Right now what you can do is:
Evaluation of pain arising Compress cold water / ice to reduce pain in the affected part Adequate rest, do not jump up and down Keep the pubic area clean to avoid the possibility of infection consult a urologist as soon as possible if the pain feels increasingly heavy, or accompanied by swelling in the affected area experiencing the pain, or accompanied by urination / defecation disorders. That's all the answers I gave
Thank you, and hopefully always healthy :)