Why do children always touch their private parts? After reading this, you will understand

time:2022-12-02 08:23:13source:monlittlebaby.com author:Baby bones
Why do children always touch their private parts? After reading this, you will understand

There is a boy in the family, and being a mother is always mixed: the happy thing is that there is another man in the family who can rely on it in the future; the worry is that I am not a boy, and I really don’t know much about the baby’s private parts. We always have mothers leaving messages in the background asking: What's the matter with the child touching JJ all the time? What's the matter with the two sides of the egg being different in size? What's up with the hidden penis? and many more. In fact, we have talked about the issue of touching private parts before: ignoring is the best response. Intervention is only necessary when the baby is frequently touched in public, and when it happens very frequently in places such as homeschools! It is necessary to guide the child's behavior in time, and take the child to see a doctor when there is a hidden disease! Today, we will tell you in detail about the male baby's private parts that the mothers in the backstage asked about. Why is the egg gone? Sometimes when I bathe the baby, I will find that the balls are huddled together, wrinkled and hard to the touch, and the "two brothers" inside do not know where they are. Many mothers worry about whether it is a cryptorchidism. In fact, this is because some babies' eggs are relatively "shy". When they encounter external stimuli such as cold, they will shrink inward. This is a normal situation, and it will return to its original state after a while. There are also many mothers who will find that the balls on both sides of the baby are not the same height, and they will also worry about whether there is a cryptorchidism or other problems. This situation is basically normal. Most of the boy's balls are "low on the left and high on the right", which is determined when the mother is in the womb. When should I worry about cryptorchidism? If you find that one side or both sides of the egg has been deflated and you can't touch anything at any time, you should pay attention. However, cryptorchidism is all congenital, if there is, the doctor will find out at the time of birth that it will not suddenly become cryptorchidism from the normal state. What about a baby who does have a cryptorchidism? ⭐Under the age of 6 months, the doctor usually recommends observation first. In many cases, Eggy will "return" on its own. ⭐After 6 months of age, Dandan still does not move, so surgery is required. (Be careful not to procrastinate! Start treatment before 1.5 years old at the latest) How did cryptorchidism come from? In most cases, the eggs will mature in the abdominal cavity first, and then the "left egg" and "right egg" will fall one after another, and "it's safe to fall in the bag" before birth. But about 4% of male babies will have cryptorchidism if Eggy doesn't arrive in time. What is the "little dome"? Eggs don't get bigger for no reason, often other things that shouldn't appear in the eggs, there are two common situations: the first one, the eggs "into the water", which is often heard The hydrocele appears to be much "fuller" than normal. The second type, there are other solid foreign objects (such as intestines) that have run into the eggs, which is an inguinal hernia. In this case, the balls will also swell up, which is sometimes difficult to distinguish from hydrocele. Also, a hydrocele and an inguinal hernia can occur together. Therefore, if you find that the balls have become very large, you should go to the hospital in time, and ask the doctor to judge and deal with it (especially inguinal hernias, once stuck and incarcerated, emergency surgery is required). ⭐Simple hydrocele can be observed within 1 year old, most cases will heal on their own, and surgery should be considered after 1 year old. ⭐ There is an inguinal hernia, which usually requires surgery. (Small hernias within 6 months of age have the possibility of self-healing, and the age of surgery should be between 6 months and 6 years old.) The causes of hydrocele and inguinal hernia are also similar. After Eggy comes down from the abdominal cavity, if the original descending channel is not properly closed, the fluid and tissue in the abdominal cavity may follow and "grab the territory" with Eggy. Is it normal for a chick to not see its head? The baby is still young, most of the time, the chicken can't see the head is just "physiological phimosis", which is a normal situation. There are also a few cases where the chick really fails to stick its head out, that is, "hidden penis". Although these two situations may appear similar at first glance, we ourselves have a way of distinguishing them. If it is phimosis, the whole chick is outside the body, but it is wrapped by the foreskin, and it is solid when pinched. But if it is a concealed penis, the chick is shrunk in the body, and the only thing that can be pinched by the hand is a small beak-shaped foreskin, which is hollow inside. The corresponding treatment methods are also different: phimosis ⭐Phimosis before the age of 3~5 is normal and generally does not require special treatment. ⭐After the age of 5, phimosis without symptoms can turn over the foreskin more, and it may be better as the baby grows up. ⭐If you have frequent infections or affect urination, you can go to the hospital for medical or surgical treatment. VS concealed penis ⭐ Most of them require surgical treatment, and some may heal by themselves before school age. ⭐Whether or not to operate and when to operate, you need to consult a doctor and decide according to the actual situation of the baby. To sum up: some of these problems in the male baby's private parts do not require special treatment, and will heal themselves as the baby grows; other as long as timely treatment, it will not have any impact on normal physiological function and fertility, everyone can rest assured. La~
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