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Ejaculation less. Testicle hanging low. Been on diet and exercise. Is that the reason?

I am 38, 225 lbs (recently loss 25 lbs due to diet and exercise) 5 10 . I have been very sexually active, however have not ejaculated in a week, which is unusual. I have been on a vigorous diet and exercise program with a goal weight of 185. In the last week or so, I have noticed my testicles have been hanging way lower than normal and are in the way? Is that from not ejaculating? I have gone a week before and this has not happened. I have no health issues at this time.
Asked On : Sun, 22 Apr 2012
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Nothing to worry, not having ejaculation for few days or more has no effect on your testicle.
Having loose scrotal sac depends upon contraction and relaxation of scrotal muscles and due to cold and high outside temperature there might be contraction and relaxation of scrotal muscles keeps your testicle contracted or hanging.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Thu, 31 Oct 2013
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