How To Treat Hydrocele In A Fetus In The Womb?
I stated on the ultrasound that there was an abnormality in the genitals of my prospective child, he said there was a little fluid under his genitals, how do I fix this? And why is it like that? Is it because of the wrong diet?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. A hydrocele is a fluid-filled sac that forms around the testes or testicles. About 10 percent of baby boys are born with a hydrocele, but actually this condition can occur in men of any age. This condition does not harm the testicles, is painless, and usually goes away on its own without special treatment.
Among the causes and risk factors for the appearance of a hydrocele are:
Premature baby Does not close the sac as the baby develops Inflammatory or infectious conditions
Since the cause is still unknown, we cannot determine why this is happening to your child and whether or not the food you eat has an effect on this condition. Even so, you don't need to worry, usually the fluids in your child's genitals will absorb by themselves in less than a year. In some cases, after one year the fluid remains not absorbed and in this condition surgery may be necessary.
Therefore, our advice is that you don't need to be stressed or panicked. Ask your gynecologist whether it is a hydrocele or not and what you can do about it. Meanwhile, keep your pregnancy healthy by staying away from cigarette smoke, avoiding taking drugs without a doctor's prescription, getting enough rest and consuming pregnancy vitamins. We wish you a smooth pregnancy and childbirth.
So, hopefully this is useful.
dr. Amadeo D. Basfiansa