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Why my left testicle is big and tight but my right tesctile is small and loose?

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Well, that's hard to say.  Are you in pain? Is it uncomfortable? Here is what to look for with a healthy testicle check:
The characteristics of healthy testicles include:
    Each testicle feels like a smooth, firm egg.
    Adult testicles range in size from about 15 mL (similar to a bird egg) to 35 mL (similar to a small chicken egg).
    One testicle may be slightly larger than the other.
    Commonly, one testicle hangs lower than the other.
    There should be no pain or discomfort when the testicles and scrotum are handled gently.
Would you say you have a situation that warrants seeing a doctor if your self exam falls outside of the above?
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No, But During my childhood Yes, I used because my freinds at school used to grap them (tes chil es) for fun i should have let them and i should have shouted at them to defend myself and wouldnt this problem came to me!
I shouldnt excuse me And they pinch my tes chiles so hard 2 friends at my old school! thats why
No, Mine the right side is small and loose the left side is big and tight!
I think no solution for it, other than surgery including the other problem i told u (penile torsion)
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@Guitar No, But During my childhood Yes, I used because my freinds at school used to grap them (tes chil es) for fun i should have let them and i should have shouted at them to defend myself and wouldnt this problem came to me!
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No, Mine the right side is small and loose the left side is big and tight!
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