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You came to the hospital with the symptoms like heaviness, fullness, or dragging sensations due to an enlarged scrotum (a sac that hangs below the base of the penis).
Doctors after thorough evaluation confirmed that you had hydrocele. A hydrocele is a painless build-up of watery fluid around one or both testicles that causes the scrotum or groin area to swell. This swelling may be unsightly and uncomfortable, but it usually is not painful and generally is not dangerous. Although hydroceles are common in newborns, they can also occur at any age in later life.(1) Your doctor recommended you to go for a hydrocelectomy surgery.
You have undergone hydrocelectomy surgery. Doctors made an incision in the scrotum, the fluid was drained away and the incision was closed using dissolvable stitches.(2)