Discomfort and Pain in the Penis or Testicles.... You May Developing Hydroceles
Discomfort and Pain in the Penis or Testicles... You May Developing Hydroceles
Hydroceles may develop due to injury in the scrotum, like cycling, playing football, Zudo or baseball. The inflammation may be caused by an infection inflammation or tumors of your testicles, Normally Hydroceles development is common in men rather women. The cause is not known in most of the cases. Hydroceles are caused when something is wrong with one of the testicles
Hydroceles usually occurs when the channel through which the testicles descend has not closed in all the way or reopens. This can cause fluid to move from the abdomen into the scrotum. Hydroceles are commonly painless soft swelling and may be either present at birth or develop later. A very large majority of hydroceles present at birth resolve spontaneously by one year of age but if this still present after one year of age generally warrant surgical correction
There are other conditions which must be considered when evaluating the boy with chronic, non-tender scrotal swelling. These include a hernia, varicocele, and tumor. Physical examination is very helpful
Hydroceles also can be a symptom of an inguinal hernia, in which part of intestine enters into the abdominal wall. An inguinal hernia can be life-threatening and must be treated surgically.