What Is a Hydrocelectomy?

March 21, 2016

A hydrocele is a benign, non-cancerous collection of fluid surrounding the testicle. It is located within the outer layer of the testicle called the tunica vaginalis. Hydroceles can also develop due to inflammation or injury within the scrotum. The usual symptoms of a hydrocele include scrotal swelling, which can fluctuate throughout the day, as well as discomfort due to the increase size of the scrotum. Many men do not know… Read more

Surgery For Peyronie’s Disease

March 14, 2016

Peyronie’s Disease is a condition where plaques form underneath the skin of the penis and lead to a curvature of the organ. There are both surgical and non-surgical treatments for Peyronie’s Disease. How To Treat Peyronie’s With Surgery Surgery is reserved for men with severe, disabling penile deformities that prevent satisfactory sexual intercourse. Most physicians recommend avoiding surgery until the plaque and deformity have been stable and the patient pain-free for… Read more

Treating Peyronie’s Disease Without Surgery

March 7, 2016

Peyronie’s Disease is a condition where plaques form underneath the skin of the penis and lead to a curvature of the organ. There are both surgical and non-surgical treatments for Peyronie’s Disease. How to treat Peyronie’s without surgery In about 13% of cases, Peyronie’s Disease goes away without treatment. Many physicians recommend conservative (non-surgical) treatment for at least the first 12 months after symptoms present. There are different options for… Read more