An undescended testicle is generally rare in full-term babies, but common in baby boys born prematurely.
Not seeing or feeling a testicle where it's expected to be in the scrotum is the main sign of crytorchidism.
The testicle usually moves into the proper position on its own within a few months. If it doesn't, it can be relocated by surgery.
Last Updated Jun 13, 2017