Feb 26, 2016 · A hydrocele is a collection of fluid in the scrotum. Most develop for no apparent reason and are harmless. Hydroceles are normally painless. Large hydroceles may cause discomfort because of their size. Walking or sexual activity may become uncomfortable if you have a very large hydrocele.Author: Dr Louise Newson.
A hydrocele is a sac filled with fluid that forms around a testicle. They're usually painless and are most common in babies, but they can affect males of any age.Author: Carmella Wint And Jacquelyn Cafasso.
Apr 28, 2018 · What are the Signs and Symptoms of Adult Hydrocele? The common signs and symptoms of an Adult Hydrocele include: Swelling of the scrotum and groin; Uncomfortable heaviness of the testicles; Fluctuation of testicle size; How is Adult Hydrocele Diagnosed? An Adult Hydrocele may be diagnosed using the following methods.
In the older teen and adult, varicoceles generally require no specific management other than observation. In a younger male, if the varicocele becomes painful, or there is an associated size decrease in the same sided testicle, evaluation with a doctor specializing in urology conditions (urologist) should be sought.
Hydrocele. Hydrocele at a glance. A hydrocele is a fluid-filled sac surrounding a testicle, and sometimes both testicles can have a hydrocele. Most people do not report pain from the hydrocele, and the most common symptom is a swollen scrotum.