Testicular hydrocele: natural or medical treatment?
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- On 16/01/2020 at 12:40
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Hydrocele is the accumulation of a painless and harmless liquid around the testicles. However, this build-up can swell the scrotum (testicular sac) and cause discomfort. Adult men with hydrocele generally feel uncomfortable due to the increased scrotum size and the weight also becomes heavier.
Hydrocele is most commonly found in infants; even when the baby is still in the womb. However, it is not uncommon for this condition to be experienced by men as they age.
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1. Causes of hydrocele
Most of the causes of hydrocele are unknown. In babies, this condition can form before birth. Hydrocele can also be a sign of open space between the stomach and the scrotum. In adults, the hydrocele may appear as a result of an infection of the scrotum. Filariasis or elephantiasis, a parasitic infection, is the most common cause of hydrocele in adults worldwide.
2. Hydrocele diagnosis
To diagnose hydrocele, the doctor will first complain and examine the physical condition of the scrotum. He will:
- Check the sensitivity of the swollen scrotum.
- Illuminate the scrotum with a flashlight until the light enters inward (transillumination). If there is a hydrocele, the flashlight will indicate the presence of fluid around the testicles
- press on the abdomen and scrotum to test for symptoms of inguinal hernias.
If the doctor suspects that the swelling of the scrotum is the result of an infection, a urine or blood test will be done to confirm this. Meanwhile, if the doctor suspects a hernia or testicular tumor as a cause of swelling of the scrotum, an ultrasound will be performed.
3. Which treatment to choose: natural herbal treatment or medical treatment?
Natural herbal treatment is by far the best if you have hydrocele. However, let's explain the two forms of treatment
a. Natural herbal treatment
The natural remedy to permanently cure testicular hydrocele that we offer is composed of two elements: a herbal tea and an ointment. The combined action of the powder and ointment is very effective. It results in the efficient absorption of all the liquid contained in the scrotum. Thus, the first effects will be felt very quickly. Consequently, you will notice that gradually your testicles will return to normal. Generally, the use of natural plants very often give positive results and act significantly against the hydrocele. So this natural remedy is the secret to permanently cure testicular hydrocele. Trust us! It is the perfect solution for those who want to cure testicular hydrocele naturally. But also for those who want to avoid the operation.
b. Medical treatment
For baby boys, the hydrocele usually goes away on its own within a year. If the hydrocele does not disappear after a year or continues to grow, this condition may need to be removed by surgery.
For adult men, the hydrocele often goes away on its own within 6 months. This condition only requires treatment if it gets bigger to cause discomfort or deformation. Then it may need to be removed by surgery.
How is hydrocele surgery done?
During the surgical procedure, you will first receive an anesthetic. The surgery begins with a cut of the abdomen or scrotum, depending on where the swelling occurs. Then the doctor will make an appointment with your hydrocele. Depending on the size of the swelling and its location, the doctor may install a drain hose in the part that has been operated on for several days.
After undergoing surgical removal of this abnormality, you will likely experience some discomfort or pain in the operated area. The doctor will advise you not to bathe for 5 to 7 days. Intense physical activity has been reduced as much as possible.
Also, the doctor will also ask you to resume monitoring after surgery. For infants, patients with chronic hydrocele or patients with other causes of fluid accumulation in the scrotum should undergo routine assessment.
Usually, doctors will schedule regular checkups every week, every month, or every 2 to 3 months. This is done to ensure that the swelling does not recur and that the size and structure of the testicles have returned to normal.
We hope you found this article useful.
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