Sagging and excessive scrotal skin is removed during this procedure.
The procedure is performed in general anesthesia. The length of the procedure is conditional on the extent of the surgery. It is usually 30 to 45 minutes.
A surgeon removes excessive scrotal skin through an incision. Edges of the wound are subsequently sutured together with absorbable stitches. The final scar depends on the extent of the procedure. However, it is usually minimal.
Swelling and painfulness of the scrotum may occur immediately after the procedure. These complications fade away in the following days. It is recommended to avoid physical strain and sports activities for two weeks.