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    possible hernia or muscle pull
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    anoneeemouse posted:
    This started happening a couple days ago. I know that the scrotum shrivels in the cold to bring your testicles closer to the body, however when warm and the scrotum is not tight, my testicles are not hanging as low as they used to and it feels tight between the left side inbetween my scrotum and left leg from my scrotum to my butt.
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    counterso responded:
    It's good that you notice a change, but what's suspicious is the tightness sensation you are feeling in your groin, not the hang level of your testes.

    This is something that you should have checked by a urologist within the next two weeks.


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