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Testicle floats into lower abdomen, have to bring it down by pushing. Solution?

I m a bit embarrassed, but as a noninsured adult, I felt this was my only option. Within the last few months, my right testicle has decided to go rogue. It will float up into my lower abdomen , completely out of the sac, and then I can feel it and push it with my hand back down into the sack where it belongs. NO pain. NO swelling . It just drifts up every day and forces me to work it back down. It s driving me crazy, but I guess for now I just need to know if it s serious or just a condition that is aggravating and should be looked into at some point. Thank you!!
Asked On : Sat, 24 Nov 2012
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Based on the facts you have submitted I would like to say that Your Right Testis is a free mobile testis..This is a congenital and only thing you should be careful that it does not undergo torsion which is a serious in nature and may lead to avascular necrosis(Death) of the (Testis).Is it associated with Hernia? Please consult some surgeon who will examine you and will be able to advise you whether you need to under go surgery to fix it up in scrotum or not.
Answered: Tue, 27 Nov 2012
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