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If your scrotum is swollen, you may have a hydrocele. Here’s what you need to know.

Reviewed by Chris Kyle, M.D. | Urology

While not usually serious on their own, hydroceles can extend their reach if left untreated.

Penis health isn’t all you should focus on. Don’t forget about your testicles.

We’re shedding light on some misunderstandings about the testicular condition called hydroceles.

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