Hello, my son has had a large scrotum since he was a child. He went to the hospital the other day and said it was a right testicular syringomyelia and he had to have surgery.Can it still heal on its own?Are there any other treatment options besides surgery?Is surgery risky, does it have negative effects or sequelae?Can Chinese medicine cure it?If not, what is the effect on development?Thanks
Hello!According to the analysis of your medical presentation.I don't know if the enlarged scrotum on this side of the child was present at birth or appeared after birth?Generally speaking, there is no medication for testicular syringomyelia, only surgery.There are patients who heal spontaneously before the age of 7, but the chances are relatively low.The risk of testicular syringomyelia surgery is very low and usually does not produce any sequelae, which the doctor will communicate with you before the surgery.I have not heard of Chinese medicine being able to treat this problem.This does not affect testicular development.
The best treatment for testicular syringomyelia is surgery, because surgery is the only way to cure the disease, if not, it may affect the development of the testicles in the future.
Hello, the child may be the right testicular cavity of the fluid, generally can not be self-healing ah, about three years old can not be self-healing can only be surgery surgery risk is not very big, what is the general negative impact of the ah, Chinese medicine treatment is not any effect, it is best to operate as soon as possible, surgery is not very big, recovery is faster, do not worry, generally will not affect the development of the child's penis.I wish you good health!