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  • Undescended Testicles for Parents


    Shortly before birth, a boy's testicles usually descend into the scrotum. When a testicle doesn't make the move, this is called cryptorchidism, or undescended testicles.

  • Testicular Torsion for Parents


    This emergency condition causes extreme genital pain and usually requires surgery to save a boy's testicle. If your son has groin pain, get him to a doctor right away.

  • Testicular Torsion for Teens


    This emergency condition happens when the spermatic cord gets twisted and cuts off blood supply, causing pain and swelling. Find out what to do in this article for teens.

  • Testicular Injuries for Teens


    Serious testicular injuries are relatively uncommon, but testicular injury can be painful. Read this to find out what steps you can take to protect yourself from injury.

  • Testicular Cancer for Parents


    Testicular cancer is uncommon in boys. Most cases are in young and middle-aged men. It responds well to treatment, especially when it’s found early.

  • Word! Undescended Testicle for Kids


    Undescended testicle is a condition in which one or both of a boy's testicles have not moved into their proper place in the scrotum.

  • PQ: I have a lump on one of my testicles. What should I do? for Kids


    Find out the answer to this personal question!

  • What Should I Do About Lumps in My Testicles? for Teens


    Find out what the experts have to say.

  • Ultrasound: Scrotum for Parents


    Doctors order a scrotal ultrasound when they're concerned about symptoms such as scrotal pain or swelling.

  • Varicocele for Teens


    A varicocele is an enlargement of the veins in the scrotum. Although there is no way to prevent a varicocele, it usually needs no special treatment.