Our expert says:
It is not uncommon or abnormal for the testicles to be mobile within in the scrotal sac and this is dependent on several external and internal factors. However should the testicles enter the inguinal canal either completely or partially this is an abnormal situation referred to as retractile testes. While for most it should not cause any long-term problems, the problem of pain, torsion (twisting) and minor semen analysis abnormalities can be expected. It is best to discuss this with the urologist and have him evaluate the extent of the problem.
Answered by: Dr. M.I. Cassim
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