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Hydroceles typically go away within six months.A hydrocele requires treatment only if it gets large enough to cause discomfort or disfigurement.
There are two methods of treatment: aspiration and hydrocelectomy (surgery).
In aspiration, a needle is used to drain the fluid.But hydroceles that are aspirated often return, and surgery may then be needed.Surgery may be recommended if your hydrocele is large or uncomfortable. A very small cut in the scrotum is made to drain the fluid from the testis.
There is no approved method to treat hydrocele with drugs or medical treatment.
Bot***** *****ne is that as you are not having much discomfort,I advise you to wait & watch to see if it progress or cause any pain.
Treatment is not usually needed if a hydrocele does not change in size or gets smaller as the body reabsorbs the fluid.
Only if it causes any pain,or any discomfort only then above described treatment is required.
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