Hello, I'm a 26 year old male, and I first noticed this a month ago, but just thought to ask this now.
Sometimes, especially if it's really cold, and my testicles are really tight against me, the right testicle goes back inside my body, and out of the sack. I have to actually push on my croth area to make it come back out. It can sometimes hurt when it's inside, because it can kinda squeeze and get uncomfortable.
I THINK it only happens to my right testicle.
During normal circumstances, my right testicle has always hung higher than my left, since puberty.
So, my question is, is this at all normal? Should I push it back like I do, or just let it come back out on its own? And, what kind of adverse effects can this have?
Just ti keep you informed i never had any sexual relation so far
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