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    2 year old Toddler with scrotum pain
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    An_253887 posted:
    Last night, as I was changing my baby's diaper and applying butt paste, my son started crying and shaking (he was in so much pain) when I touched his scrotum. He has no history of this and no visible trauma or swelling noted. Meanwhile, he walks ok, jumps around and climbs the furniture with no visible discomfort and is urinating ok. What could this be related to?
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    klahela responded:
    My son is going thru the same thing he is 19 months, I am worried.


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