Swollen testicles are swelling of one or both the testicles. According to various researches, swollen testicles have been a major concern for men from the past sew decades. Swollen testes do not always have pain. The presence or the absence of the pain largely depends upon the cause of the swelling. There are a lot of ways to heal the pain naturally. Tight fitting undergarments: One must always avoid tight fitting underwear and jeans at the time of swollen testicles. It should be kept under the cover of soft clothes to prevent further discomfort and pain.
For patients treated for stage I seminoma who choose surveillance rather than undergoing adjuvant therapy, there have been no randomized trials to determine the optimum frequency of scans and visits, and the schedules vary very widely across the world, and within individual countries. In the UK there is an ongoing clinical trial called TRISST.   This is assessing how often scans should take place and whether magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can be used instead of CT scans. MRI is being investigated because it does not expose the patient to radiation and so, if it is shown to be as good at detecting relapses, it may be preferable to CT.