My 3 year old son has developed Hydrocele and Inguinal Hernia. I wanted to know what are the risks involved in getting the surgery done for these problems. Anything specific I need to keep in mind before and/or after my son undergoes the surgery.
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Hello... It could be indirect inguinal hernia herniated to scotum, surgery is must, minor complication will be there in all operation.. Minor complication like infection , bleeding ,bladder retention will be there... A good surgeon experienced surgeon perform operation cautiously. Doctor will also explain about possible complications before surgery don't worry..
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