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How do you take measurements of the testes sizes?

How do you take measurements of the testes sizes?

With orchidometer: 2 kinds of orchidometer, one is like beads of different sizes/volumes, the other has oval cut-outs of different sizes corresponding to different volumes. Vert accurate measurements can be made by scrotal ultrasound. A tape measure is the least accurate, but can be used. ...Read more

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What happen when one of the testes is not in shape and size?

What happen when one of the testes is not in shape and size?

Testes: It is normal to have mild size discrepancies between the testes. Also, they may lie within the scrotum at different angles, creating the illusion of a size discrepancy. If there is a significant size discrepancy, however, it is probably abnormal. If you have concerns, you should see your doctor to get examined. ...Read more

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Is it unusual for my testes to be very different in size and shape?

Is it unusual for my testes to be very different in size and shape?

No: It is very common and normal for testicles to be slightly different in size. This does not increase chances of malignancy in the future providing the testes are anatomically normal (i.e. No masses, lumps, nodules, etc.). ...Read more

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If my testes has different size, is it possible for me to have a child?

If my testes has different size, is it possible for me to have a child?

Usually OK: That is a common physical finding and usually has no effect on fertility. If you want to know for sure, then get a sperm count through your doctor. ...Read more

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I'm 45, is it possible to increase the size of one of my testes, as it never formed properly?

I'm 45, is it possible to increase the size of one of my testes, as it never formed properly?

No: It is not possible to do so... And if it is very bothersome to you, consider seeing a urologist and have a prosthesis placed... Not necessary unless it is a serious issue for you ...Read more

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Can the size of testes decrease after the age of 25 if yes then due to what reasons tel in detail?

Can the size of testes decrease after the age of 25 if yes then due to what reasons tel in detail?

Usually not. : If you notice a decrease in size of both testicles, this can be a sign of testicular atrophy. This condition is usually caused by taking medications that affect hormones, such as Anabolic steroids other causes of decreased size are torsion or infection, but this is usually on one side. If you notice a change in the size or character of either testicle, see a urologist for evaluation. ...Read more

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My right testes size is 2.2x1.3x0.9 CM and my left testes size is 2.1x1.3x0.7 cm. It's quite small for a 23yr old guy right?

My right testes size is 2.2x1.3x0.9 CM and my left testes size is 2.1x1.3x0.7 cm. It's quite small for a 23yr old guy right?

Not Medically Known: This is not something that is tracked in medicine. There is no such standard and there is no medical reason to know what at any given moment the structure of the scrotum is. This changes with body heat, the state of hydration, etc. What is known medically is that one testicle in the male is more dominant than the other and that one will be larger than the other. ...Read more

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My size of testes is diffrent to each other one is big or normal size but another one is verry small Sir i have no problem for dicharging plz help m?

See a urologist: for evaluation, there could be some testicular size, level, or consistency variation, but the discrepancy here is notable and needs assessnment by an expert, good luck ...Read more

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What may be the reason a male child has testes of unequal sizes?

What may be the reason a male child has testes of unequal sizes?

Should be about same: Both testes should be about the same size, usually the left hangs a bit lower than the right. If they feel different, are different sizes or are painful, please have your child checked by his doctor. ...Read more