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    Testicals of considerably different sizes
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    An_254093 posted:
    My right testical is of normal size. But my left testicle considerably small. Its almost a size of peanut. Im a 19 year old boy. I'm conserd that something is very wrong me. Please help me with some suggestions.
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    sluggo45692 responded:
    You need to have a doctor exam you. Both testicles should be about the same size. This could affect your fertility and put you at risk for cancer. You can have a normal life with one testicle, but the small one may change into something worse. Get it checked out. Good Luck


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