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I brought my son to his pediatrician a couple of times since born in August about swelling in his testicle. First it was just rubbing - now I had to take him for an ultrasound to find out that he has fluid in his testicle. He already has Hyposadia - are these related and why does he have both? Are there other problems that I will need to keep an eye out for? I am concerned and upset - no child should have to go through this. He has no discomfort that I am aware of - but the surgeries that he has to have -- under 1 year of age. I took Progesterone when I was pregnant - to keep my pregnancy intact - why didn't someone tell me that it would cause medical problems? Because I know for a fact that is why he has Hyposadia. He will see a urologist in February - now for both conditions.
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