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My question/concern is that one of my testicles feels as though it's flattened. Both of my testicles are extremely small (always have been, along with my penis) but my left one feels as though it is flattened out like a squished grape. My right testicle is round (normal) but the left one is not. I have never had pain or trauma to my testicles that I can recall and I have no issues with getting erections nor ejaculating. (I'm 31)

Is there something that could cause of testicle to become flattened? Or could there be some medical reason as to why my testicles are so small/along with my penis? (It's as if neither of them grew while I was in puberty)
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