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When will my two year olds testicles drop?

When will my two year olds testicles drop?

Confusing question: The testis normally descend into the scrotum around the 28th week of pregnancy. There persence may be dificult to verify due to peroneal fat, or the presence of fluid in the sac like structure that surrounds them. I don't know what u mean by drop. If your 2yo's testis are not in the scrotum, u should see his dr.Undescended testis have reduced fertility & most like to bring them down by 1yo. ...Read more

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Testicles (Definition)

The testicles are the two oval male gonads, or reproductive glands, located in the scrotum. The seminiferous tubules of the testis are the site of spermatogenesis and its leydig cells secrete testosterone. The term testicles is synonymous with testes or gonads. The singular form is ...Read more


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Is it normal for two year old to have undescended testicles at times. At times they go up. When other times there in a normal position?

Is it normal for two year old to have undescended testicles at times. At times they go up. When other times there in a normal position?

Likely to be ok: Yes, it is common for the testicles to be pulled up high in the scrotum due to cold or other stimulation. As long as each of them is "down" some of the time and not permanently up in the abdomen, then there is not likely to be a problem. Ask your doctor the next time you have an appointment. S/he can do a careful exam to be sure that both testicles are "descended". ...Read more

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I have a two year old son. For the past three days his testicles seem different. I cannot feel his testicles. Should we go to pediatrician?

I have a two year old son. For the past three days his testicles seem different. I cannot feel his testicles. Should we go to pediatrician?

See below: If your son has no symptoms and his scrotum is symmetric (ie one side isn't larger than the other) he most likely has retractile testes. Testes can occasionally be difficult to palpate, particularly in prepubertal boys. If the testes can periodically be felt within the scrotum, there is usually no concern meriting urgent evaluation. You should have him examined with well child checks however. ...Read more

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I have two boys one 5 and my oldest is 7, I'm concerned since my 7 year old's penis and testicles are extremely smaller than my 4 year old. HELP

I have two boys one 5 and my oldest is 7, I'm concerned since my 7 year old's penis and testicles are extremely smaller than my 4 year old. HELP

Testes: If he is otherwise healthy this probably is nothing to worry about.. His testis and penis will develop over time as he gets to puberty. Penile and testicular development can very between individuals. If you are very concerned have him examined to make sure he does not have any glandular or genetic problem. ...Read more

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One of my sons testicles is not in place, only one is. He has just turned two years old. I have been advised to wait, is this the case?

One of my sons testicles is not in place, only one is. He has just turned two years old. I have been advised to wait, is this the case?

Retractile v Undecen: If the testicle is "retractile" then it can be easily manipulated into the bottom of the scrotum and will stay there a moment or two. This does not require intervention. If the testis cannot be placed into the scrotum on exam by a medical professional, this is an "undecended testis" and may need intervention - surgery. It won't resolve after two yrs by itself. ...Read more

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My 4 year old has pain in left testicle after a sharp blow

My 4 year old has pain in left testicle after a sharp blow

Testis trauma: He need clinical examination and ultrasound study to rule out hematoma, torsion etc. ...Read more

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Hi this question is regarding a 12 year old with pain in his right testicle. It's been happening for about 4 days now. It's moderate and hurts. Thanks?

Testicular pain: A 12 year old with pain in his testicle needs to be evaluated immediately. The testicle can be twisted intermittently and if it stays that way can cause severe problems. ...Read more