The male genitalia, the penis ("flabby"), is always an important request, but it is not the size at infancy. What is it worth paying attention to then?
Phylogenies and troublesIt is also worth looking at the genitals carefully. In infants, the scrotum may be slightly swollen, mucoid in the neonate, but normally the testicles should be visible and palpable. The most important thing to notice is whether it is symmetrical at rest, bends downwards or upwards, and not sideways. Observe that the baby is peeing vigorously in a straight line and that the outlet is visible. This is the first thing to be convinced about. If you only notice drips, it is worth showing you a pediatrician. We also need to talk about diet and nutrition. Every baby has a natural condition (physiology) at birth. The skin of the glans, the foreskin, and the foreskin should not be put back and should not be put on the back, as this may cause the edges to crack, scar and develop true stenosis. At this age, the skin naturally adheres to the glans and is shorter than it is. This may take up to a few months, but be sure to return to this request within one year. In the meantime, do not bust. The scrotum's skin is very thin, fine. Care should be taken with ointment. If it becomes red and swells, you should show it to a pediatrician.
It happens that one or all of these here suddenly disappear. In the femoral canal the canal is located from the inside of the abdomen to the testis, along with the cremaster muscle. If the testicle is slightly larger, due to a cold effect or fright, the muscle will contract and the testicle will move into the abdomen. This can be selected with a slight stroke. This phenomenon is most commonly observed in the animal world, but may also occur in newborn infants. Then, in a warm environment, he "recedes" into the scrotum again. If one of the fingers is not palpable or different in size, swollen, or touching, it should be seen by a pediatrician. However, the aforementioned, so-called canister, can be used to meet children where the testis has not really died down. It can be one-sided or two-sided. If you notice this, you should definitely consult with your pediatrician, because unavailable testes in the gastrointestinal tract or in the abdomen require medical attention. One-sided is a common occurrence, in which case the scrotum on that side is often smaller, which may raise awareness of the problem. If it is not dealt with in a timely manner, puberty may wither, puberty will not begin.