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Heaviness and pain in testicles, unequal size of testicles. Detected disc problem in lower back. Normal?

My right testicle is 20 or 25% bigger then theleft one..is it normal??
And i am suffering from major disc problem in lower back,which causes pain in testicle some times..i had all te tests last year..like doppler,ultrasound,cultural urine test..and consulted two urologists..they said that the pain is because of disc problem..but now a days i am suffering little groin pain..very little and sometimes and little heaviness in right testicle..so,is this because of my disc prob?
Asked On : Sun, 9 Jun 2013
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Hai,
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Usually the both testes are same size but the left one is slightly lower level than right.
Regarding the pain - as you said initially it is little pain and now increasing pain extending towards right groin area , must think about Hydrocele rather than disc problem .Kindly consult a surgeon.
Answered: Sun, 9 Jun 2013
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