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Right testicle bigger in size, hangs lower, no pain, loose feeling right testicle is bigger in size and hangs lower,,,,no pain ,,,,,i was facing problems like extra looseness in testicles,,,like sometimes it remains normal,,,but sometimes it loosee dat much dat it creates a lot of problem in doing anything even walking or sitting......this thing creates a lot of problem in my mind even....i had dis problem from last few years....every now and then dis problem keep coming into my mind even when it feel normal
Asked On : Fri, 6 Jul 2012
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Naturally,one testis will be at higher level than another.The scrotal skin will become tight or loose depending on the climate .
You need not worry about it also.
Regarding the size of the testis,you have to consult a surgeon/urologist and get it confirmed.
You need to take an Ultrasound scrotum for exact diagnosis.
if you come back with scan report,i will clarify further
Wish you good health
Answered: Mon, 27 May 2013
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