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A 26-year-old male asked:

Hi. i am 25 years old man. i have problem with my testicle growth. i can't even physically look my testicles because there is no apparent sign of testicles now. i have no erection problem. my penis is ok it erects and throw fluid as normal man does. now i

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Dr. M. Hytham Beck
Surgery 44 years experience
See a doctor/urology: you might be having undescended testicles where the testicle hide up in the grown, some time it goes up and down, some time it stayed up there, some time it could be in the abdomen, either way you need to see a doctor for proper diagnosis, and to bring the testicles down, it is not safe or healthy to keep it up there, it could affect the growth ,and it could becomes cancerous, see urologist please
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Dr. Ira Katz
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I agree with the above, but even people with primary testicular failure may still have normal erection even with very low testosterone. This needs to be evaluated if your testicles were normal previously, the cause found and if possible treated!
Dec 8, 2015

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