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Hydrocele & Its Types

A hydrocele is when a man or boy experiences a sack full of fluid surrounding one or both testicles. It leads to swelling in the scrotum. It may be painless, but it is not normal. Thus, it should be discussed with an expert.

The two types of hydrocele are:

  • Non-communicating Hydrocele When the body of a man/ boy fails to absorb the fluid around the testicles, and the filled sac closes, it is non-communicating hydroceles.

  • Communicating Hydrocele Communicating hydrocele is when the sac is not closed, and the fluid runs in and out. The swelling can also be intense in the case of Communicating hydrocele.
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    About Hydrocele

    • Stage 1 :   Visible swelling in the scrotum in newborn babies that heals within a year.
    • Stage 2 :   Scrotum swelling in boys or men.
    • Stage 3 :   The swelling doesn’t disappear after a year in babies and within a few weeks in adults.

    There are no major causes of hydrocele. It can develop in a baby before birth.

    For adults, the causes can be:

    • Injury
    • Inflammation
    • Infection
    • Painless swelling in the scrotum
    • Inflammation
    • Pain in the scrotal area
    • Heaviness in scrotum
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    Treatment for Hydrocele

    Generally, treatment is not required for hydrocele in babies. But if the hydrocele is witnessed in men, the doctor should evaluate the hydrocele. It may be associated with testicles’ medical condition.

    Treat Pa can recommend the best urology clinics and hospitals in your area. The doctors may suggest surgical treatment as it is the only way to cure hydrocele. They may recommend open surgery or laser treatment for hydrocele as these two options are considered permanent cures.

    All the best hydrocele treatments are listed below:

    • Hydrocelectomy
    • Needle drainage
    • Sclerotherapy

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    If the hydrocele is not treated on time, it can lead to severe symptoms and major complications. From the two types of hydrocele, Non-communicating Hydrocele and Communicating Hydrocele, it remains the same or has minor growth if the former is not treated. But, in the case of Communicating hydrocele, it must be treated on time, or it may develop an inguinal hernia.
    Yes, hydrocele can be treated entirely through surgery. Hydrocelectomy is the best hydrocele treatment to cure it permanently. It also includes laser Treat for hydrocele. However, if the size of the hydrocele is severe, it may require multiple surgical repairs.
    Hydrocele does not affect fertility directly. Yet, if your hydrocele is associated with other testicle problems or underlying issues, it may affect fertility. It can also lead to severe complications like testicle infection and tumors. It may also reduce sperm production.
    Laser Treatment for hydroceles is completely safe. There is no risk associated with laser treatment. Laser Treatment is the most adaptable treatment for hydrocele. Patients, as well as physicians, prefer it.
    A hydrocele is a daycare surgery. The surgical procedure hardly takes up to 30 minutes. However, a patient should go home one night after the surgery.
    A hydrocele is when serous fluid accumulates in the body cavity. This fluid is collected around the testicles and develops swelling.
    A hydrocele is when serous fluid is accumulated around the testicles, causing swelling in the scrotum. It is a separate medical condition from a hernia. A hernia is when the body develops a bulge due to the weekend muscles. Hydrocele can be found in men, and hernia can be found in both men and women.
    No, hydrocele is not a congenital disability. It can be witnessed in newborn babies as congenital hydrocele. But it will disappear within one year. The swelling in the scrotum may look painful and severe, but it is not an actual problem.
    Hydrocele may affect the reproductive system as the enlarged size of the scrotum may restrict testicular blood supply. It can further lead to impairment of fertility, atrophy, rupture, hemorrhage, and fluid calcification.
    The side-effects after hydrocele surgery are: Increased pain Fever Bad smelling fluid from surgical wounds Redness in the region Inflammation or warmth in and around surgical areas

    Overview

    What is Hydrocele?
    • A hydrocele is a swelling in the scrotum, generally in newborns, due to fluid accumulation around one or both testicles. It is more common in newborn babies than adults.
    • The condition may look painful and severe, but it isn’t indeed. Yet, if you or your baby is having severe swelling and isn’t healing, it is advisable to consult a doctor for it (Urologists deal with both hydrocele and kidney stone treatment).

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    Treat Pa neither provides any treatment nor has any hospitals or clinics of its own. We are a hospital aggregator that partners with the best hospitals and clinics and provides the list to each patient to carefully compare and select the best out of it based on their needs (Proximity, Affordability, Reliability).

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