A member asked:

Does bell clapper deformity show any symptoms? , is there anyway to test them at home? my right testicle has a band of scrotum skin attached to it from outside but there is none on left side when the testicles are relaxed?

A doctor has provided 1 answer

Bell clapper deformity is an ultrasound diagnosis and seems to be very common from questioners from India. It is often wrong and does not mean that if you have it you will develop torsion, It is not possible for the scrotal skin to attach to the testicle unless it is from birth or from post traumatic scar. If you have any doubts pl see a Urologist for it has to be examined. Wear a good support und

Answered 4/3/2022



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