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Testicles move into groin: is this normal?

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Howdy, well its probably not a huge issue but i would still like to know the answer,
my testicals are able to and do often, move up into my groin area, rather than just up closer to my body, is this normalish ??? and I dont think my testicals and scrotum are big enough, just a personal observation.


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replied February 22nd, 2007
General Q&A Answer A2345
The normal size for a testicle is: length 4.5-5cm, width 2.5-3cm and thickness 2-2.5cm. If the inguinal canal is open and the spermatic line is shorter, the testicle can move upward and enter into the part of the inguinal canal that projects in the groin area. This, however, is not normal. You may consult some urologist about the anatomy and behavior of the testicles.


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