I'm 26 and I experience some discomfort on my testicles. I visited a urologist, got ultrasonic on testicles, kidney, bladder and prostate. I also checked urine and sperm for infections etc but nothing showed up. The only thing that concerns me (my doctor didn't seem concerned) is that my testicles are about 2 cubic cm bigger than 3 years ago when I had an ultrasound again (same kind of discomfort probably was due to strain on legs). Is this change normal though? The doctor told me not to worry about the size change, and that the discomfort probably comes from a problem on my lower back or legs that resonates to the testicles. Should I be worried about the volume increase or should I just visit an orthopedic?

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replied February 24th, 2019
Check the post "Epididymitis - Scrotal Pain"

I wrote it in the "Devil In Your Balls" Self-Help Blog Prostatitis / Epididymitis Pain

Could be CPPS type of discomfort.
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replied March 5th, 2019
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Men s testicles can continue to grow in size until around 40 to 50 years old. After those ages, most men s testicles will tend to decrease in size and in the amounts of daily sperm and testosterone they produce.
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