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ah, so how is it your that informed about his scrotum? He's like 11 and you seem to know just a little to much lady! That's why
I would think that a yearly check up, with a Male Doctor makes sense.
Yes ladies , a Male Doctor without you in the room-he deserves his modesty and privacy. I remain astounded.
My son is 2 and had 1 tragical that hadn't dropped his doctor freaked out and we had to massage his abdomen nightly in a down wars motion towards his scrotum after hot baths until if finally dropped because she threatens surgery and that sounded horrific for a 2 year old for us
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