Hydrocele

A hydrocele is the swelling of the scrotum caused by the collection of fluid in the sheath covering the testicle. It is a painless swelling and can affect both the testicles. Mostly in babies, a hydrocele disappears on its own, but in adults, hydrocelectomy (surgical removal) might be needed.

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Please suggest ayurvedic treatment for a cyst in the testis.

Query: Hi doctor, I am having a cyst in one of my testes, and the nerves in my testicles are swollen. I came to know this after doing an ultrasound. I heard Kalarchi powder mixed with pepper and castor oil can be applied to my testicles to cure the above-said problem. Please guide me on how to proceed w...  Read Full »


Dr. Alka

Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I just read your query. Kalarachi powder is a Siddha medicine used for treating hydrocele in males. A hydrocele is a problem where water is present in testes. As far as the cyst is concerned, you can give it a try because it does not always have 100 % results. While app...  Read Full »

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