Undescended Testicle Directory
An undescended testicle occurs when a baby's testicle does not move into the scrotum. It often descends on its own by 6 months of age. Surgery is the most common treatment to correct the problem. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how an undescended testicle is caused, complications, how to treat it, and much more.
Does My Baby Need Surgery for an Undescended Testicle?
Surgery is the most common treatment for an undescended testicle, and it’s almost always successful. Find out when your baby would need surgery, what to expect, and how long it takes to heal.
An Overview of Testicular Problems
WebMD explains diseases and conditions of the testicles, including testicular cancer.
How to Care for Your Baby Boy’s Penis
Whether your son is circumcised or uncircumcised, here’s how to keep his most sensitive area clean and healthy.
What Is a Testicular Ultrasound?
A testicular ultrasound lets your doctor find the cause of pain and inflammation in your testicles.