Lifestyle and home remedies

You can help your son by being aware of the development of his body and talking to him about it.

  • Check the position of the testicles regularly during diaper changing or at bath time. Keep a record of changes.
  • Give your son the vocabulary to talk about the scrotum and testicles. Explain that there are usually two testicles in the scrotum.
  • When he's about to reach puberty and you're talking about what physical changes to expect, explain how he can check the testicles himself.

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