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I was born with one undescend (left) testicle .
At the age of 7 i had surgery to correct the problem.
The problem was corrected, however years later the the
Testi went back up, i have two kids now therefore i am
Not worried about having any more kids. However i really
Wanted to know if all posible at the age of 30 can they bring my
Testi back down again?
How are you? Recurrent undescended testis may indeed warrant another operation. However, factors such as age, medical history, symptoms present and physical examination results are considered. It is best that you have this checked by your doctor for proper evaluation. Take care and do keep us posted.
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