A hydrocele is a type of swelling in the scrotum that occurs when fluid collects in the thin sheath surrounding a testicle. A hydrocele is common in newborns and usually disappears without treatment by age 1. Hydroceles generally don’t pose any threat to the testicles. However, if you have scrotal swelling, see your doctor to rule out other causes that are more harmful such as testicular cancer.
Surgery to remove a hydrocele is performed under anesthesia. In most cases, you’ll be able to go home on the same day of the surgery. A small cut is made in the scrotum (depending on the location of the hydrocele) and the hydrocele is surgically removed. Your surgeon will most likely apply a large dressing to the site of your incision. Depending on the size, you may also need a drainage tube for a few days.
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