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#Allin4health #health4all #minding your wellbeing #healthawarenes By Dr TW Ngwenya Changamire Men’s health matters. This week we will be talking about common disorders that affect the scrotum. Testes are a sexual reproductive organ in man. Testes are situated behind the penis and they are located within a pouch of skin known as the scrotum. The scrotum hangs outside the body and it is responsible for ensuring that temperature around the testes is regulated. When the weather is cold, the scrotum retracts towards the body. This maintains a warm environment within the scrotum. When it gets hot, the skin of the scrotum loosens and relaxes and dangles away from the body. This allows the scrotum to cool down. Within the scrotum, we find the testicle, epididymis and spermatic cord. Sperm are produced within the testicle. The testicle also produces hormones that are important for sexual reproductive function.