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    Change in testicle size
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    An_255826 posted:
    I am 60 and have always had testicles of about the same size. I suffer from ED and recently bought a lasso (cock ring) — hoping this would help maintain an erection. After the first use, I noticed my left testicle is now half the size of my right testicle. It also feels that I have something lodged on the left 'down there'. I am feeling embarrassed and slightly worried. Does anyone have a similar experience? What might have happened and will it revert to 'normal' given time?
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    nohard responded:
    Hi Were the lump you feel is, get some oil on your nuts then slowly massage it, somehow you caught you epididymis and have a blockage, massaging it should clear it with luck, just try it.
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    an_753753 replied to nohard's response:
    Thank you. The explanation seems to match my symptoms (and the Wiki entry for epididymis is useful). I'll try it and see.


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