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What Is The Difference Between Hydrocele And Spermatocele
Embryonic origins: A hydrocele develops from an out pouching of the peritoneum (lining of the abdominal cavity) as it follows the testis into the scrotum during fetal development. It is filled with clear fluid. A spermatocele develops off the tubules leading to the testis and is also filled with clear fluid and sperm. Clinically it can be hard to differentiate between them.See 1 more doctor answer
No: Pain from a hydrocele will be confined to the scrotum. At worst radiate up into the groin. Not the whole body.
Puncture: Medication will not work. Puncture drainage is rarely permanent. Surgery often needed to correct.See 1 more doctor answer
Surgery or nothing: Small hydroceles do not require treatment unless they are bothering you. Urologist can certainly remove them by means of a simple trans scrotal operation if they are really troubling you. Otherwise leave them alone unless they enlarge sufficiently to become symptomatic.See 1 more doctor answer
No: What type of herbs? Oral or topical?See 1 more doctor answer
Possibly: Hydroceles can grow over time if left untreated. They may grow very slowly or more rapidly depending on the activity level of the patient.See 2 more doctor answers
Here are some. ..: For most men with hydrocele, its cause is still idiopathic and there has been no known means proven to slow down its growth. And the mainstay of its care is still surgery - hydrocelectomy. For other causes such as infections or tumors, their care should be directed to their underlying causes with appropriate antibiotics and timely surgery. So, there is no easy means to reduce its size.See 1 more doctor answer
No: Hydroceles are pretty common in babies and usually go away by 12 months. In some babies the hydrocele requires surgery. If the hydrocele is "communicating" then there is a small channel between the hydrocele and the abdomen. If this small channel does not close completely you might be at increased risk for a hernia. If the hydocele has been gone for twenty years then I think you have no risk.See 1 more doctor answer
What are the foods to be taken to control the size of hydrocele till next months?? please any possible way???
No, but. ..: There has been no known foods to help control hydrocele. Besides, almost all hydroceles are slow, chronic process posing no medical emergency. However, for whatever the reasons may make you feel mental / physical uneasy, seek urgent professional evaluation & counseling.See 2 more doctor answers
Usually not: Will probably be present at birth. Most infant hydroceles resolve spontaneously during first year of life. May need treatment if they enlarge hugely or become tense, tender or red.See 1 more doctor answer
Very unlikely...: While spermatocele contains sperms, the cause for its formation is still unclear; but, one thing for sure is somehow it's connected with convoluted tubules of peididymis so sperms exist there. As to male infertility, its presence should have a little effect on it as long as semen contains enough quality sperms. But, surgery on it may cause tubule or vasal obstruction resulting in poor or no spermsSee 1 more doctor answer
Bottle or Lord ops.: For adult hydroceles. Both operations are performed through the scrotum. Excess hydrocele sac is excised with bottle procedure and remaining sac is everted and sutured together behind the testis. Hydrocele is incised and rolled up & sutured on either side of testis with lord procedure. Infant & child hydroceles are corrected through the groin & patent communication, . If present, is divided.
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