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    An_257386 posted:
    Recently i noticed that my right testicle is a little more than twice the size of the left and if i touch it it pains . i am 22 years old will this problem fix itself or is there a way to fix it? Plz suggest
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    bigred53 responded:
    You'd better get to the doctor. Pain and swelling is nothing to mess with.

    Michelle
     
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    nohard responded:
    Hi, It could be,
    A varicocele
    Or Testicular Cancer
    Or a Testicular torsion
    Or a hydrocele
    Or a Orchitis
    So just google each one read up about it, see which ones matchs you, and when you get to your doctor, you can tell just what you think you have.
    See if he thinks the same way.
    Good Luck


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