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What treatment should i take to restore the normal positioning of testicles?

Hello , I had an operation when I was 1 year old , to bring my testicle down, somehow it went up almost to my stomach . I can see the scarve even now ,17 years later , and it s not on the level of normal testicle. What can I do to bring it down a little bit, becaouse it can be painfull sometimes becaouse its on the level where the penis starts, I dont know how to explain it well. Or the shorter version of problem : the skin got shorter there, and is there any way to make it longer, becaouse its interfering while sex , sitting , etc.
Asked On : Thu, 2 Aug 2012
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Thanks for query,
Testicles are abdominal organ in initial years of life & then it becomes a pelvic organ afterwards.As you have undergone an operation to make it pelvic organ now it is not necessary to pull it down.The skin of scrotum & dartose muscle is retract & contract with eeffect of temperature .
This is required & necessary as sperm production is done in testis so it controls the temperature to facilitate it's production.
I think you should wear loose cloth to make you comfortable while sitting or during sex.
Answered: Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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