Why you should not delay Hydrocele Surgery?
Can get infected
May lead to inguinal hernia
It might be a sign of cancer
What are the benefits of Laser Hydrocele Surgery?
Painless and Bloodless Procedure
Minimal stitches, no scars
20 min procedure
Resume work next day
No risk of recurrence
Why you should not Fear Hydrocele Surgery?
Easiest and Simplest Procedure
No issues in intercourse after procedure
Fertility is not affected
What are the advantages of Laser Hydrocele Surgery?
|Conventional Hydrocele Surgery||Laser Hydrocele Surgery|
|Cuts and Wounds||Yes||No|
|Rest after surgery||3-4 weeks||Can resume work next day|
|Follow up after surgery||Required||Not required|
Why choose Citi Vascular Hospital?
Complete recovery in 1-2 days
7000+ Successful procedures
100% Insurance coverage. Zero money from your pocket.
0% EMI facility.
Dedicated Care Buddy. Personal Care
Free Pickup and Drop
No Cuts or Wounds
What is a hydrocele?
A hydrocele is the swelling of the scrotum, which occurs when too much fluid is collected between the thin sheaths that surround the testis. This is common in newborns (10%), but older boys and men can get it as well (1%). If left untreated for long period, complications can develop like an infection.
What are the symptoms of a hydrocele?
Why Hydrocele Develop?
Injury to Testis
How was Hydrocele is detected?
An expert doctor can diagnose a hydrocele through a combination of tests and observations, including:
An imaging test such as an Ultrasound, MRI
What are the treatment options to treat hydrocele?
Medicines: There are no medications available to treat a hydrocele.
Hydrocele Open Surgery: The Expert Doctor can remove a hydrocele in a brief procedure called a Hydrocelectomy.
Laser Hydrocele Surgery: The patient will be given medicine to numb the body, and then the laser surgeon performs a minimally invasive treatment of hydrocele. Once the modern and advanced procedure is finished, the patient can go home the same day.
What is the Cost of Hydrocele Surgery?
The Hydrocele Surgery cost depends on various factors like
Type of Surgery
Technique and equipment used
For best estimation – consultation by a surgeon is required.
Can a hydrocele be prevented?
There is nothing you can do to prevent your baby from getting a hydrocele.
For adolescent and adult men, the best protection against a hydrocele is to keep the testicles and scrotum free of injury.
Although hydroceles are usually not a major health issue, you should tell your healthcare provider about any abnormality or swelling in the scrotum. Another disease or condition may be causing or mimicking the abnormality.
How is the prognosis of a hydrocele?
The outcome for a hydrocele is generally positive. Cases that need surgery have a high success rate.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’S)
1.Does Insurance cover Hydrocele Surgery Cost?
Typically, most insurances cover Hydrocele Treatment. Our Team will help you.
2.What is the recovery time after Hydrocele Surgery?
You can start walking after 2-3 hours. Minimal pain might be there but there won’t be any effects on your daily routine.
3.Are there any side effects of Hydrocele Surgery Treatment?
Usually No. There are no major side effects after the Laser Hydrocele Surgery. In fact, you can start walking after 2-3 hours. Minimal pain can happen initially but doesn’t hamper your daily routine.
4.What is the Hydrocele Surgery Cost?
The cost of Hydrocele Surgery depends upon multiple factors and ranges from Rs. 15,000 to 40,000.
5.What is the best hydrocele Surgery Procedure?
Laser Hydrocele Surgery is the latest and most advanced painless procedure.
6.Which is the best hospital for Hydrocele Surgery?
Citi Vascular Hospital is the best hospital for Hydrocele Surgery, doing the highest number of hydrocele treatment procedures.
7.Who is the best doctor for Hydrocele treatment?
Dr. Parvez Khaja is the best doctor for Hydrocele Surgery in Hyderabad.
8.When should I see my Doctor?
If any of the symptoms of hydrocele is present like pain, swelling, and heaviness in the scrotum.
what appears to be a hydrocele could actually be a different disease. You need to confirm the diagnosis so that you can get the correct treatment.