9-year-old boy, testicular 2.5 measured at home, is it early development? However, the height hasn't grown sharply recently, but it's relatively high since childhood
The testicle of a 9-year-old boy is 2.5cm long, which does not belong to early development, because the size of his testicle is directly related to the development of the individual, but 2.5cm is not an effective judgment. As a standard, it is considered to be early development.
This situation does not belong to early development, and patients need not be particularly worried. This is a normal physiological phenomenon. It is recommended that patients develop good living habits, avoid fatigue, avoid excessive activities and rest on time. This situation does not need special treatment. This is a normal phenomenon in the development of children.