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Retractile testicles, can t urinate without nappy on, constipation. What is the cause and possible cure?

my son (2 years old) seems to have " retractile testicles", very painful when they move into inside of his body and sometimes stay there for a while before coming back down. Sometimes moving quickly up and down. he is also scared to urinate without a nappy on, it hurts him, and I find it impossible to potty-train him coz each time he is about to wee he will just stop the wee right away and start crying... Might there be a connection between retractile testicles and pain while urinating? He also has a poor apetite for last few months... He had blood test and urine tests done, all negative. History of constipation but treated for couple of weeks/months, and no problem now, still taking Movicol powder but not constipated anymore. But still pains and lot of crying about his testicles problem...
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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hello user,
Your history made me feel that tour son is suffering from retractile testis i. e. cryptorchidsm.
In most of the cases of cryptorchidsm the cause is not known.
You are kindly advised to get detailed advise from a nearby paediatric surgeon, as surgery is only option to cure this problem.

hope my info helped you
Dr Hari Om Chandrakar
Answered: Sun, 23 Jun 2013
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