PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG) - An expert joined us in the studio to tell us about a common surgery that affects younger boys.
Dr. Michael Taylor, a pediatric surgeon with Gulf Coast Regional Medical Center, says undescended testicles is a common issue for young boys. If untreated, it can cause significant problems, like infertility and even cancer.
If pediatricians can catch the condition early, children can avoid these future problems.
Watch the video attached to this article for more information.