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If a baby has a communicating hydrocele, his scrotum will be swollen or enlarged. The size of the scrotum can vary throughout the day. If the baby lies down or sleeps, the swelling often goes down. In most cases, communicating hydroceles do not cause an infant any pain. If a hydrocele is non-communicating, it does not change in size.


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