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A testicle that hasn't moved down from the scrotum. In typical development, the testicles begin developing in early pregnancy and descend at 32-34 weeks. This affects 3 percent of full-term male children. Typically, the testicle(s) will descend on their own. By 6 months of age, less than 1 percent of babies will still have issues.