Cryptorchidism 
   Testes are in the gut of a fetus during fetal period. Testes move through the inguinal canal to scrotum about the seventh month of pregnancy. If there is any stop during this movement, it is called cryptorchidism. In 80% of cryptorchidism, one of the testes is involved. 

 



   Symptoms are as follows 
  • Premature baby
  • Low weight when born
  • Insecticide contact
  • Mothers’ diabetics and obesity
  • Smoking during pregnancy
  • Taking relieving medicine like acetaminophen and ibuprofen
  • Having family history
  • Artificial fertilization
  • Some of the syndromes of a baby
   Cryptorchidism risks can be infertility and testes cancer.