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My left testicle is twice as big as the right one. What does this mean?

My left testicle is twice as big as the right one what does this mean
Asked On : Thu, 3 Feb 2011
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Generally both the testis are similar in size. Though there could be slight disparity, but never like what you mention. First rule out a hydrocele. Then get your correct testicular volume using an orchidometer or an ultrasound. If you had confirmed that both the testis are still differant size, as long as testis is funtioning well, you need not be bothered.
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