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What are the reasons for small testes please tel in detail?

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Dr. Simon Kimm
Urology
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In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
Dr. Simon Kimm
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Dr. David Vandersteen
Pediatrics - Urology
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In brief: See below

There are number of reasons, none the least of which is that they are normal, just small.
Small firm testes can occur with klinefelter's syndrome, prior trauma, tesicular maldescent, prior hernia repairs, among others. If you are concerned about small testes, see a urologist.

In brief: See below

There are number of reasons, none the least of which is that they are normal, just small.
Small firm testes can occur with klinefelter's syndrome, prior trauma, tesicular maldescent, prior hernia repairs, among others. If you are concerned about small testes, see a urologist.
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