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Giddypants Wed 24-Jul-13 11:18:57

Ds1 nearly 5 was checked at birth and all was apparently ok, so I've not thought about it.
DS 2 is now 4 months and comparing the two ds2 has 2 firmly in his scrotum.
Where as ds1 has his right one high in his scrotum and his left one deep in the fat pad near his groin. Is this normal?
I've just come back from the gp who has had a look, but has said she isn't sure, and will get back to me.
What if anything will need doing?
I'm worried as DS is disabled and if they were to cause him pain, he would be unable to say where the pain is coming from.

TheFuzz Thu 25-Jul-13 11:35:46

Doesn't sound right. They do need to drop so GP isnt bring much use. Not so sure if there would be pain, but it does need addressing.

Giddypants Thu 25-Jul-13 15:15:10

Thank you fuzz, I've asked for a referral to urology so they can check them out x

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