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IHydrocole s of moderate or small intensity usually get reabsorbed bore the ages of three years. Large hydrocoeles however might persist. Hydrocoele above the age of three might have negative consequences with respect to the fertility
of the child The evolution of the hydrocoele with time is important. A hydrocoele that decreases in size with time is a good sign, but one that increases in size or stays constant could not very good.
Consulting a pediatric surgeon could be of great value for a more complete evaluation of these parameters, correlation with clinical and echographic findings and making a decision.
I suggest an expectant or non surgical approach for now till you see the pediatric surgeon.
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