It is possible that mild pain
might be there following a tesa but it should not be so much to interfere with your daily activities. Therefore, I suggest you see a urologist
and possibly get a scrotal ultrasound
done to see whether there is a hematoma or something leading to testicular or spermatic cord infection
. If infection is still a possibility then a urine and semen culture should be undertaken and antibiotics should be given only according to the culture report if it picks up any bacteria. The report will also mention what antibiotics are sensitive and then your doctor can decide what to start and they should be taken for at least two weeks.