Hydrocele treatment in kukatpally
Hydrocele is swelling in the scrotum caused by the accumulation of fluid in the sac. It is common in newborns and goes away by the age of 1. Hydrocele also affects older boys because of inflammation caused by infection or injury.
Types of Hydrocele
When the baby is in the womb, the testicles descend from the abdomen into the scrotum sac. The baby’s body absorbs any fluid in the sac. When the body doesn’t absorb the fluid, it gets trapped in the sac. It results in non-communicating hydrocele.
When the sac stays open, it results in fluid moving in and out of the sac. It results in communicating hydrocele and may also cause a hernia.