Hi,.. For adult males, hydroceles often go away on their own within six months. A hydrocele requires treatment only if it gets large enough to cause discomfort or disfigurement. Then it might need to be surgically removed... The procedure can be performed on an outpatient basis during general or regional anesthesia..No other treatment are as effective as surgery..Consult Surgeon for further advice...
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