My question is, for around a couple of weeks now I have noticed that my testicals do not hang anymore like the did. They do to a certain point, but not trying to sound bad, but I used to have really low hangers. Now its like they always stay up close. I do not last long at all during masterbation (masturbation) and it bothers me. I don't know why they are doing this and it worries me. I don't have pain or anything like that, but I just can't figure out why they stopped hanging low. The only thing that has really changed that I can think of that might make this happen is that I have a really bad back and numbness in my legs due to a back injury. I know there is a nerve or something that is being pushed on causeing the leg problems, but would this also cause them to do this? I am 21 and don't understand why they are not hanging anymore though. Got any helpful answers for me? Or is anybody else having this problem?
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