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One of my testis is in middle of scrotum and below the other. Is it normal ?

i have a swollen red testicle one of my testicles are in the middle and the other is lower than normal or maybe the other is higher its been painfull and its been more than 24 hours since the pain set in is it possible to save my testicle cause in wikipedia it say that that means its testicular torsion One of my testicles are in the middle of my sacrotum and its red in color its been painfull and it has been more than 24 hours and also one of my testicles is below the other is there no hope for my testicle??
Asked On : Thu, 7 Apr 2011
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Hello and welcome to healthcare forum.
As per you mentioned your complain and condition it is possible that you might have torsion of the testis, but to confirm it you will require colour doppler examination.
If this test shows that there is no blood flow in testicular artery then there is no chances to save the testis as you are having your problem since 24 hrs.
Still you will require surgery for normal side of testis to fix it to prevent its torsion, as the reason for this torsion applies to both the testis.
Best wishes for your health.
Answered: Wed, 29 Jun 2011
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