A 23-year-old male asked:
My reports for usg scrotum is minimal hydrocele found? for this, only surgery is the option? or medication will be helpful? it's testicular mild pain
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Urology 36 years experience
Hydrocele: In general a "minimal hydrocele" does not need to be treated and would not likely benefit you in anyway. If it is a reactive hydrocele secondary to epididymitis or orchitis, treatment of the primary problem with antibiotics and anti-inflammatories would be preferred.
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Last updated Jan 25, 2014
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