Men's Health

Undescended testicles (cryptorchidism)

Undescended testicles (cryptorchidism)

In the male foetus, the testes (testicles) develops inside the abdomen and then moves down into the scrotum before or just after birth. When one or both the testicles fail to move into the scrotum before birth, it is known as undescended testicle (or cryptorchidism). The testicle stays in the abdomen or only moves only partly down into the... Read More

Can men get thrush (yeast infection) of penis

Can men get thrush (yeast infection) of penis

Thrush (or candidiasis) is a yeast infection caused by a group of fungi called Candida. Thrush is commonly associated with women, but even men can get thrush. Thrush infection in men mostly affects the head of the penis and is called as candida balanitis. Candida can also infect other regions of the body such as skin and oral... Read More