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I am 25 years old man. i have problem with my testicle growth. i can't even physically look my testicles because there is no apparent sign of testicles now. i have no erection problem. my penis is ok it erects and throw fluid as normal man does. now i
See a doctor/urology: you might be having undescended testicles where the testicle hide up in the grown, some time it goes up and down, some time it stayed up there, some time it could be in the abdomen, either way you need to see a doctor for proper diagnosis, and to bring the testicles down, it is not safe or healthy to keep it up there, it could affect the growth ,and it could becomes cancerous, see urologist please ...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
Does Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) delay puberty ? Does that mean at any age i would have caught up took it age13-15 i feel like it affected penis and testicle growth?
I have what feels like a third testicle or a growth separate from my right testicle. I've asked around and some have said it might be ingernal hernia?
No: The main concern regarding an undescended testicle is having an increased chance of testicular cancer during puberty and beyond. It is still extremely rare in itself. There is also the chance for fertility issues but with a normal other testicle this also shouldn't be an issue. We would recommend bringing the testicle down into the scrotum the earlier the better to decrease these possibilities. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No: Our bodies are quite redundant. In other words, we can get by w/one eye, one ear, one lung, one kidney, one testicle, etc (not that we'd want to do so). So loss of one testicle will not impact testosterone level or even sperm production. Therefore, physical growth won't be affected, nor sex drive, nor fertility. ...Read more
I have had a small growth on my testicles for quite some time now, and i popped it recently, puss came out. Now it's back and harder than before.
Epidermoid Cyst: What you have described on your scrotum is an epidermoid cyst. These are common and usually remain without symptoms. Thus they don't need treatment. However, you describe an infected cyst with pus. After the pus passes, there will be hardening of the skin which will resolve. These cysts can be removed but if the entire cyst wall isn't taken, they will recur. See your doctor if infection returns. ...Read more