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3 years old have left testis bigger than right. Is it normal ?

gud evening sir, my son is 3 years old , having problem of testicals , he has having left side testicals is little bigger then right one, and our family doctor is saying that movement of testicals are not proper , he suggest surgery m afraid , pls guide me ehat is the problem & what i should do ? is that any serioues matter ?
Asked On : Mon, 23 May 2011
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hi jitendra chotalia,
its not a serious issue
some children are suffering from this you consult a good surgeon he will do it very simply
no need to worry
thanking you
Answered: Mon, 23 May 2011
General Surgeon Dr. Mitesh R. Trivedi's  Response
Hello and welcome to healthcare forum.
There are mainly two diagnosis for your child's condition. One is congenital hernia and another is congenital hydrocele.
At age of 3 years, both the conditions require surgery as there is no chances of spontaneous resolution. And the surgical procedure required is not big one.
So, dont afraid and go for surgery.
Best of luck.
Answered: Mon, 23 May 2011
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