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I'm 18 years old and have one enlarged and one shrunken testicle. I believe this started about a month ago. One testicle seems to have stopped producing seemen and does remains at a relativly small size. The other appears to be working "overtime" and producing extra semen to make up for the other, thus becoming enlarged (ejaculating will reduce its size to normal). Its probably 1.5 to 2 times larger than what I would consider normal. There is NO pain or numbness associated with either testicle and no lumps or anything of the sort. Additionally, i do not associate this issue starting with any injury. It may also help to know that I row very competativly( i generally work out seven days a week). Any information would be GREATLY appreciated.
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