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What Causes Testicles Shrinkage And Decrease In Their Volume In Otherwise Normal Men
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
I am experiencing testicles shrinkage, testicular pain (quality: persistent discomfort), scrotum swelling, genital lump (penis or scrotum) (quali...
Uro symptoms: The variety of symptoms you mention indicate the need for you to see a urologist right now. Your family doctor can refer you to this type of specialist. This will rule out or identify medical conditions. It will also allow for treatment, if needed, before conditions progress. Peace and good health. ...Read more
What causes testicular shrinkage? I have a great sperm and hormonal test but testicles have shrunked
No not true: No reason why they should.Get a more detailed answer ›
Testosterone,: Androsterone and Lupron (leuprolide) have been proven to cause testicular shrinkage. I believe reports of other medications causing shrinkage is purely anecdotal and not proven. ...Read more
Husbands testicles are left 5 cc and right 6 cc in volume. He does not ejactulate much is the size of testicles the cause?
No, . ..: The testicular size (volume) is not correlated with the volume of ejaculated semen, instead, with the size (volume) of seminal vesicles where the semen is stored ready for ejaculation upon reaching orgasm. Largely, average volume of semen is about 1.5-4.5 cc with a wide variation among men reflecting the inborn size of seminal vesicles. ...Read more
Is my testicle size normal? I have varicocele both side Right L 3.4, D 1.9, H 1.9 volume 6.7 Left L 3.3, D 1.8, H 1.7 volume 5.6 Measurements in cm.
Here are some...: The reported testicular size is on low end of normal value, but not necessarily clinically significant regarding testicular function in testosterone secretion and sperm production. So, it would be most beneficial for you to direct this very question to your urologist for more individual detail. ...Read more
Testes: It is not uncommon to have a size discrepancy. The real question is whether one is too small or too large. I would be more concerned if this was a relatively new finding rather than the way you've always been. Get examined just to be sure the larger tesits is not cancerous. ...Read more
Testicle volume is 5cc left and 6cc right. Is that normal for an adult? I do have a varicocele on the left side.
15-25 cm3: Testicular volume should range from 15-25 cm3. You'll should be tested for a sub-clinical right varicocele as ell. Regardless, testicular volume ranging from 5-6 cm3 is extremely low and would suggest severe dysgeneisi/mal-development. Should also be considered for genetic testing..... ...Read more
Would testicular cancer typically (in most cases) cause the testicle to feel larger or cause shrinkage?
Testicles are 4.1 cm L, 2.75 W, 2.5 B, is this normal size for adult male? Concerned I might have fertility probs. What's my testicular volume.?
Okay, ...: Most likely, you are ok with your testicular size. Besides, it is a good idea to correlate your physical concern with overall and/or specific function. It is hard to address all your concern in a 400-letter space. But I can help you at www. Healthtap. Com/dr-Lin with RQPWJC to log in. Before then, peruse articles in Sex Life in http://formefirst. Com/onSexLife-ED-CareOptions. Html; that will help.... ...Read more
What is a normal amount of ejaculate volume? Husbands is 2/3 ml. He has little testicles does this affect amount?
4 ml.: Normal is about 4 ml and low is anything below 1.5 ml. Little testicles could be associated. Should see doc for evaluation. ...Read more
My son is 11 and he said his testicles felt like they were rumbling, I read other men have felt this, Is this normal? He also has chronic back pain
Hard to comment: Your description of the problem is vague at best. You are welcome to start over. Be more specific about what "rumbling" refers to. ...Read more
On testosterone shots. Testicles shrunk to half size, but sometimes much smaller---they vary day to day. Shrinkage is normal, but is constant change?
Testicle volume measured in MM (on results)by scan gives a volume of left side 7mls and right mls. Is this normal size for an adult. What normal size?
Testicular volume is: The measured length x width x thickness in mms of the testicle or its comparison with a standard model of the testicle. It varies primarily by age and the way it's measured. If the information you provided is accurate, it is NOT normal for a 34 y/o male. The lower limit of "normal" is 20ml, the average 30ml & the upper limit is 40ml. The man in question needs to speak with his doctor. ...Read more
What are the smallest penis (length and girth) and testicle (volume in ml) sizes that are still considered normal for a healthy adult?
I'm 23yo and my testicles both measure 4cc in volume. I'm fertile, my sexual hormones are within the range. What caused them to never grow?
Testicles are 4.1cm X 2.75cm X 2.5cm. Is this normal size/Volume? Concerned about possible impotence as result. Semen is not as white as used to be
Urologists: A urologist may be able to help you with your concerns. You have concerns about being impotent. There are tests and questions your doctor will have. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Are there any studies out there that show the actual testosterone levels of men with one testicle Vs two? I hear docs say "remain normal"lets seeproof
It's true: Men that have 1 testicle removed for tumors have normal levels of T for their age. ...Read more
Second opinion: what are the smallest penis (length and girth) and testicle (volume in ml) sizes that are still considered normal for a healthy adult?
Size: In an adult, I believe anything shorter then 4 inches erect is considered a micropenis. ...Read more
Does one sided cryptorchidism cause infertility in men? Does a man with one healthy testicle have a lower sperm count?
Likely fertile: Sperm count will probably be within normal limits because remaining testicle will grow larger (compensatory hy[pertrophy) and thus produce more sperm than if it were 1 of a pair, but count may be slightly reduced. Semen volume is unaffected and normal because >95% is produced by the seminal vesicles, prostate and cowper's glands. Sperm is no > 5% of ejaculate.. ...Read more
Quote: "Normal testicles also have blood vessels, supporting tissue. Some men may confuse this with abnormal lumps at first" Is it true?
Strength training decreases my libido, penile blood flow, semen volume, and testicle size. Why is this? It all comes back if I take a break for 1 week
I recently had orchitis in my left testicle and the size atrophied a pretty decent amount after the infection. I want to bring it back to normal size, I read online HCG is used to stimulate growth in boys with hypogonadism. Also, men that shrink testicles
DON'T DO IT: JUST SEE A DOCTOR, UROLOGIST OR ENDOCRINOLOGIST BEFORE YOU DO ANYTHING. ...Read more
Interesting question: I'd first consider it a risk to your own health and fertility. If that testicle remains in your abdomen at has a higher risk of testicular cancer in your lifetime and can decrease your fertility. Should you escape both issues, any sperm that swims hard enough to do the deed should be normal. The weak ones don't make it. ...Read more
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