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Get it checked.: Testicular atrophy, testicular torsion, or resolution of a severe testicular infection (orchitis) can lead to a decrease in testicular size. These are usually limited to one side. The enlargement of one testicle by a mass, or enlargement of the scrotum by fluid (hydrocele) may make the testis appear smaller.If you notice a change in the size of either testicle, see a urologist for evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have very small testes, one in particular feels not much bigger than a jelly bean. This problem has destroyed my life, what can i do?
Small testicle: I recommend you see a urologist. You might be able to get a prosthetic testicle. You should also be evaluated to make sure you are otherwise healthy. My impression is that you might also benefit from a visit with a therapist to work through the part about this destroying your life. ...Read more
Can be normal: Normal testes can be quite small yet function normally. Small testes can be a sign of klinefelters syndrome or past history of mumps orchitis. Can sometimes mean impaired testosterone or sperm production. Which in turn can result in reduced or absent libido, reduced strength or drive or fertility. ...Read more
Many causes: There are many causes for low testosterone. They include testicular atrophy (small testes that develop), testicular dysgenesis (a genetic illness), stress, diabetes, alcoholism, marijuana use- to mention a few. You should see your physician to sort this out. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I cannot have sex with my boyfriend, his penis is only 3 inches and does not reach into my vagina. What caused it to be small? Testes are normal.
Small penis: If everything else about your boyfriend is normal - testicles, hair distribution, height, etc - the cause usually is low testosterone levels in the later part of pregnancy that he was exposed to. It happened a long time ago. There are surgeries to correct this problem, but unfortunately they are not always successful. A urologist could give him whatever options there would be. ...Read more
My husband had mumps in his childhood nd now his semen report says azospermia nd his sonography says small testes both so is it curable nd i conceive?
Doc say my small testes(10 cc) is from hormone imbalance during puberty. Normal values today 30yo.He says he can kickstart testicles to grow, possible?
Male FSH 42high. Testosterone normal. Small testes 6ml. No sperm. Doc suspect puberty problem. Any other hope/test to consider? Tese?
Primary hypogonadism: Could be sertoli-cell-only sydrome or mutation of fsh receptor gene, both rare but could explain your problem. +ve test for inhibin b would indicate presence of spermatogenesis ; slightly increase chance of successfully achieving pregnancy w tese. Have u had a chromosme analysis? An unusual form of klinefelter syndrome might give this picture, however testosterone is usually low with this syndrome. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers