Testicles reach their final dimensions during puberty. After puberty, the testicles donât grow any more. Average dimensions of the testicles are: length 4.5-5cm, width 2.5-3cm and thickness 2-2.5cm.; about comparable to the egg of a pigeon. You canât do anything to make your testicles to grow more. You may , however, request a spermogram to measure the levels of testosterone in the blood to check the functionality of the testicles. Then, after an initial consultation, you can consult an urologist if you have some problems such as sterility or impotency.
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