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Testicle Enlargement Causes
Every : Every guy has one testicle that hangs slightly lower than the other. It's completely normal. ...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
Are there different ways testicle enlargement surgeries can be performed? Like transferring fat from one area of the body to the testicles?
Why?: And for what reason is this important to know? ...Read more
If a person has discomforting retracting testicles with enlargement, can it out rule cancer? Can retraction be an accompying symptom?
Is one enlarged?: If both are giving you the same problem and neither is enlarging, I would't worry. If one's gotten noticeably bigger recently, get it seen -- sometimes tumors are deep inside and may only be found on ultrasound. ...Read more
Besides testicle cancer what other reasons can there be for a enlargement and swelling of the testical?
Hydrocele v common: Most men think erroneously think scrotal enlargement is testicular enlargement. Hydrocele (fluid around testsis) is most common cause of enlargement. Varicoceles & spermatoceles (epididymal cysts) both also common. Testicular cancer feels like a hard lump actually in or on testicle. Testicular cancer can also induce a hydrocele, hence advice to get scrotal ultrasound to diagnose intra-scrotal mass ...Read more
I am having enlargement on left side of penis that is scrotum but the testicles are
normal due to enlargement left testicles pushing to right side?
Painful ejaculation and enlargement of veins and testicle(right) slightly painful .No pain when urinating.No previous history of this condition.
Varicocele: You may have a varicocele; please make an appointment with a urologist to examine you and see if that is the case. ...Read more
I've got an adult friend who's left testicle ascended into his body today and hasn't dropped back down. Any thoughts as to what could cause this?
Hypermobility: An adult male with a testicle that has migrated up into his abdomen (is not palpable) or into his groin, and does not immediately return to the scrotum is at risk for torsion and should be seen/treated by a urologist asap. He will likely require surgical "fixation" of both testicles ("orchiopexy") into the scrotum. ...Read more
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