grandmother remedy for hydrocele

  • Natural treatment to cure hydrocele

    Introduction: 

    The hydrocele is an accumulation of fluid within the scrotum, the anatomical structure which contains the testes. Fluid may only surround one or both testes (bilateral hydrocele), causing the typical swelling of the scrotum. Although the disease is much more common in children, it can also occur in adult men; the two forms are classified as follows: primary, frequent in pediatric age, secondary, typical of adulthood, after 40 years. Hydrocele manifests itself with typical symptoms of the testes:

    - swelling of one or both testicles,

    -redness and pain.

    Even the smallest changes in the structure or shape of the testicle should always be studied thoroughly. The doctor, on the basis of the history and physical examination, makes a diagnosis of suspicion of a possible pathology, which he can then confirm through the use of instrumental examinations. Treatment of hydrocele is based on eliminating the cause that caused its formation, in these cases allowing reabsorption within a few days. If the dimensions now prevent complete reabsorption, one can choose between two treatment options: aspiration of excess fluid (with a high risk of recurrence) or surgical excision of the hydrocele (hydrocelectomy). The result is often positive, given that at the root of the problem, there are almost always pathologies that are easy to resolve. Treatment fails if the cause of the hydrocele is a fairly large tumor on the testicle or has already metastasized.

    How to treat hydrocele with plants and avoid the operation?

     

    The natural remedy against testicular hydrocele that we offer is effective, fast, durable and above all it will prevent you from going through an operation. It is a miracle solution to cure testicular hydrocele. It is composed of two elements: a herbal tea and an ointment. The combined action of the powder and the ointment is very effective. It results in the efficient absorption of all the fluid contained in the scrotum. Thus, the first effects will be felt very quickly. As a result, you will notice that your testicles will gradually return to normal. This is the secret to permanently treating testicular hydrocele.

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    What are the causes of hydrocele?

    Hydrocele is a relatively common pathology in the population; it occurs in 98% of cases in men. In women, although there is no scrotum, it is possible to identify the anatomical analogue, and the pathology takes the name of "hydrocele of the duct of Nuck". In 25% of cases, hydrocele is of the primary congenital type and occurs in newborns. In other cases, it occurs in adults as a hydrocele secondary to various causes.

    Primary hydrocele

    It is a type of congenital hydrocele that occurs in newborns from birth. It is also called communicating hydrocele and is due to the lack of closure of the vaginal process. There is therefore a communication between the abdominal cavity and the scrotal cavity. In this form of hydrocele, is very often associated with an inguinal hernia (abdominal intestine which escapes, generally an intestinal loop located at the inguinal level).

    This form of hydrocele has a special feature: due to the communication between the abdominal and scrotal cavities, the volume of the hydrocele gradually increases during the day due to gravity which promotes the descent of the liquid to the scrotal level and decreases during the night. the fluid partially returns to the abdominal cavity.

    Secondary hydrocele

    It is a typical form in adults, appearing especially after 40 years, and may be due to different causes:

    - local trauma,

    -infectious or inflammatory processes involving testis or epididymis,

    - local radiotherapy,

    -inguinal hernia,

    -occlusion or compression of the spermatic cord,

    -cysts or testicular tumors.

    What are the symptoms of hydrocele?


    The main symptoms of hydrocele are manifested in the testicles and are as follows:

    - swelling of one or both testicles, 
    pain and redness, 
    the feeling of annoyance and weight,
    -difficulty palpating the testicle,
    - skin dystrophy, -
    -Difficulty in urination.
    Very rarely we can also observe:

    -oligospermie (low sperm production)
    -infertility,
    -loss of libido and impotence,
    impaired sexual function.
    It should be remembered that as soon as a slight swelling of the testicle is detected in adults and children, a doctor should be contacted immediately, in order to have a rapid diagnosis and adequate treatment.

    Diagnostic

    Diagnosis begins with a careful medical history and a thorough physical examination. Above all, the latter will highlight a tense and non-solid swelling, with the impossibility of palpating the testicle due to the fluid mass that surrounds it. The physical examination is supported by the use of transillumination. This procedure is performed in a low light environment, placing a small light source behind the scrotum and thus takes advantage of two possible scenarios:

    - positive transillumination: if the scrotum is occupied by a clear liquid, you will see the light transpiring from the opposite side;

    - negative transillumination: the light does not pass through the scrotum, which excludes that it is hydrocele, but other causes will be sought such as a solid mass indicative of a neoplasia.

    The diagnostic procedure ends with a scrotal ultrasound, which can confirm the suspicion of hydrocele and highlight its hypoechoic appearance. Ultrasound is also important to rule out the presence of solid masses that may indicate the presence of a tumor. In the case of a doubtful hydrocele, it is possible to proceed with the surgery, then to carry out an accurate analysis of the removed material and thus exclude other pathologies.

    Differential diagnosis

    Hydrocele is essentially characterized by testicular swelling and this sign is found in many other pathologies for which an accurate differential diagnosis must be made:

    - Varicocele: dilation of the testicular veins to form varicose veins.

    -Spermatocele: cystic cavity containing spermatic fluid in the testis or epididymis.

    - Epididymitis and orchitis : inflammation of the epididymis and testicles.

    -Scrotal inguinoid hernia: overflow of an abdominal intestine, generally an intestinal loop located at the inguinal level, which can sometimes be carried into the scrotum.

    -Funicular torsion: rotation around the spermatic cord's own axis, a structure containing the blood vessels of the testis and the spermatic duct which carries sperm.

    Testicular tumor: in most cases benign. Hematocele: blood sample from the scrotal cavity.

    Wurcheria bancrofti filariasis: infection by a parasitic nematode typical of tropical countries.

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