Naresh Raja

Naresh Raja is an Executive Editor at The Sperm Count Report. He has more than ten years of experience writing and editing articles about health and fitness, nutrition, fatherhood, and reproductive health.

Undescended Testicle: Symptoms, Risks and Treatment

An undescended testicle (cryptorchidism), is a testicle that has not lowered into its correct position in the scrotum prior to birth. Most of the time only one testicle is undescended. However, both testicles are affected in about 1 out of 10 cases…

Doctor examining newborn baby boy with undescended testicles.

Aspermia: Causes, Symptoms and Treatments

Aspermia refers to a condition in men where there is a complete absence of semen during ejaculation. This condition is not the same as azoospermia, which refers to the absence of sperm cells in the semen…

Doctor holding empty semen analysis tube.

Testicular Exam: How To Perform A Self-Exam Of The Testicles

A testicular exam is a manual procedure used to inspect the testicles for abnormalities. You can perform the exam yourself by observing the appearance of the testicles and using your fingers to feel them within the scrotum. A testicular self-exam is usually done while standing in front a mirror.

Diagram showing a self testicular exam
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