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Normal Male Testicle Size
Penis size matters?: Without seeing or knowing more than I have to say yes. We are given the penis we are given and there is no way to change that. So, best is to learn how to use it and enjoy it. We have a great opportunity to enter into relations in which we can enrich our lives by giving pleasure and receiving pleasure with love and care. Please take care. ...Read more
The testicles are the two oval male gonads, or reproductive glands, located in the scrotum. The seminiferous tubules of the testis are the site of spermatogenesis and its leydig cells secrete testosterone. The term testicles is synonymous with testes or gonads. The singular form is ...Read more
Uvsound showed 3mm difference in testis size smaller on the left with large veins (no Varicocele). Veins normal at puberty? Testis difference norm?
Testis: Uvsound showed 3mm difference in testis size smaller on the left with large veins (no Varicocele). Veins normal at puberty? Testis difference norm? ANS: With this you can measure closely. I do not know the normal size and difference is size at your age in Brisbane area. I suspect there is a table for this for Australia. Dr humor: I have heard they have big ones down under. ...Read more
Too big or too small: Prepubertal teenagers normally have small prepubertal size penises.Penis will appear large in boys who have completed puberty by age 13, but it doesn't grow anymore once pubertal development is complete.Many boys are concerned that their penis is too small & are intimidated by boys boasting of having huge penises.Penises normally come in all sizes. Huge penisesare more prone to ed in middle age. ...Read more
Iam 24 age old and my right testicle is slightly bigger than left one is this normal ? And did every men have different size testis?
yes: A small difference in testicle size is normal. A varicocele or prior trauma may result in a larger difference in testicular size. A mass in a testicle may also make one testicle larger than the other. If this last scenario is the case, you should visit with your doctor. ...Read more
Testicular atrophy: May have had testis torsion before birth or in infancy if always very small. Could be result of later torsion if testes used to be same size. U would have had an episode of severe testicular pain & swelling which lasted for a few days & resulted in demise of your testicle. Should see a urologist if this was the case because other testis may be at risk & require simple procedure to secure ...Read more
Here are some ...: Either age of 17 or 47, a pea-sized testicle could result from congenital (related with undescended testicle with orchiopexy), post-mumps orchitis since childhood, inadvertent severing testicular artery during inguinal hernia repair or varicocele correction, etc. So, a detailed Hx may help track down the cause for severely shrunk testis. ...Read more
Why?: Because he has a prostate and sh like this happens to us as we get older. ...Read more
Bilateral nonpalp intraabd. testis.6 month oldboy.penis size normal.Doesit means testastrone secretion normal and which implies test is normal?
Stool amout: Stool amount differs with individual but generally accepted amount is up to 200 gram per day is normal. ...Read more
My Right testis size is 2.4*1.9*1.6 cm, volume 4 cc and left testis size is 2.4*1.9*1.5 CM , volume 4 cc.Is that normal or not?
Not at all: Should have or have had no effect. ...Read more
My testicle size is (4.2*2.2*2.6) CM about (12.3) ml, prostate size is (13) ml,My age is 26. My dick length at erection11.3 cm,are they normal zise?
That is pretty ....: The size measurement of your testis, prostate, & penis is pretty "normal" to function either for pleasure or for reproduction although somewhat at their lower end of so-called normal range. Remember: the size alone doesn't matter and how they work for you does. In fact, you may ask the Doc ordering the tests directly and it would be more meaningful. Best wish ... ...Read more
Hey is 1.5 inch (not erect) 2.5 inch (erect) a normal penis size for a 12 yr old (not into puberty yet)
Yes: Relax, you have plenty of time yet. ...Read more