In some cases, a procedure called scrotoplasty or scrotal reduction can help. These procedures remove extra skin from your scrotum, which can help it appear less saggy. Scrotoplasty is usually an outpatient procedure, meaning you can go home the day of the procedure. It only takes about 30 to 60 minutes to complete.
Also question is, what causes tightening of the scrotum?
The scrotum also moves in response to heat to protect the delicate testicles and sperm inside. In doing so, it helps keep the sperm viable by preventing them from becoming too warm or too cold. In cold weather, the skin tightens up as the cremaster muscle pulls the testicles toward the body to keep them warm.
Also, how do you keep your scrotum high?
Elevate scrotum by placing a rolled up towel between your legs. It will help relieve pain and swelling. Wear a loose-fitting athletic supporter for daily activities. Avoid excessive activity until the swelling disappears.