Hydrocoeles occur when fluid has pooled around the testicle, making it look and feel bigger. The size can change over the course of the day, bigger or smaller. Hydrocoeles can get better on their own. In some cases surgical intervention is required. Hyrocoeles do not usually cause pain or discomfort.
After your consultation you will have an understanding of what a hydocoeles is and what to observe over time and when/why surgery would be indicated.
Make an appointment at Sydney Children’s Surgery to see Dr Anthony Dilley in Gymea or Randwick, or Dr Carolyn Russell in Gymea, Randwick or Liverpool.