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A hydrocele is an effusion in the bursa. It is thus responsible for a more or less marked increase, according to the case, of the scrotum. This is an annoying disease but without much consequence on fertility.
Unilateral or bilateral augmentation as well as discomfort are the two main telltale signs of the disease. Pain is rare.
What are the causes ?
You know, the migration of the testis in utero from the abdomen into the bursa, takes place through the inguinal canal along the peritoneo-vaginal canal. This duct then becomes blocked, suppressing the communication between the peritoneum in the abdomen and the scrotum.
And, for unknown reasons, this cavity can gradually fill with a serous fluid secreted by the vagina and form a swelling of the bursa reaching in some cases a few centimeters in length.
In some cases, the appearance of a  hydrocele  may be the result of epididymitis infection, surgical repair of a hernia or varicocele, or rarely of a testicular tumor.



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1. Know the signs and symptoms.  

The first indication that a hydrocele is present is painless swelling or enlargement of the scrotum caused by a buildup of fluid around one or both testicles. Babies rarely have complications from a hydrocele, and the vast majority go away before the baby's years without treatment. On the contrary, men who suffer from hydrocele might experience some discomfort as the scrotum swells and becomes heavier. This causes problems sitting, walking or running in some extreme cases.
· The pain or discomfort caused by hydrocele is usually related to its size, the bigger it is the more painful it can be.
·  Hydroceles  tend to be smaller in the morning (when you wake up) and get bigger as the day goes on.
· Premature babies have a higher risk of hydrocele.

2.  Be patient with your hydrocele.

In the vast majority of cases in babies, adolescents and adults, hydrocele goes away without specific treatment. The blockage or congestion near the testicle resolves on its own, the hydrocele empties, and the fluid is absorbed by the body. So, if you notice an enlargement of your scrotum, if it isn't painful, and if it isn't causing a problem during urination or sex, give it time to heal on its own.
In babies, hydrocele usually goes away on its own during the first year.
In men, hydroceles often go away gradually within six months, depending on the cause that caused them. The  hydrocele  larger might take longer, but you should not leave without making you listen for more than a year.
Hydroceles are similar to fluid-filled ganglia that form in the tendon sheaths near joints before gradually disappearing.
In children and teens,  hydrocele  can result from trauma, a twisted testicle, infection, or tumor. They should therefore always be examined by a competent doctor.

3.  Try an Epsom salt bath.  

If you notice swelling that is not causing pain in the testicles or scrotum, take a very hot bath with at least a cup of Epsom salt. Relax in the bath for at least 15 to 20 minutes, spreading your legs slightly so that the water can bathe the scrotum. The heat of the water can stimulate the movement of body fluids and help resolve the blockage while the salt helps draw fluid through the skin and reduce swelling. Epsom salt is also rich in magnesium which helps relax muscles and tendons and relieve sensitivity.
If your hydrocele is causing pain, you could make the inflammation and symptoms worse if you expose your scrotum to hot water (or any heat source).
Do not take a bath that is too hot to avoid scalding yourself, and do not stay too long in the tub to avoid becoming dehydrated.

4.  Avoid injury to the testicles and STIs.  

The cause of hydrocele in babies is unknown, although it is possible that it is due to backflow of fluids caused by poor circulation due to a bad position of the baby in the womb. In boys and men, the cause is often related to scrotal trauma or infection. Trauma can occur after wrestling, martial arts, cycling, or other sexual activities. Infections in the testicles or scrotum are often linked to sexually transmitted infections. You then need to protect your scrotum from trauma and unprotected sex.
If you play a contact sport, always wear crotch protection to protect your scrotum from possible injury.
Always wear a new condom when having sex to significantly reduce the risk of infection. STIs don't always cause infections in the testicles, but they are not uncommon either.

 Other Treatments

1 Coat the affected organ with a paste obtained by kneading a certain quantity of crushed sorrel with fat.
2Boil the roots and leaves of Lannea velutina together. Use the decoction to wash the testicles that emerge.
3 Drink from time to time a decoction of the roots of Balanites aegyptiaca. Decreases the size of the affected limb but does not cure it.
4 Add a good handful of roots, lightly scraped, then finely crushed, of Acacia arabica, to boiling water. Let cool overnight. The following day, being on an empty stomach, drink a large portion of the said liquid. Then coat the genitals with a paste made up of water and pounded dried fruits from the tree in question. Three days of treatment.
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