Our expert says:
Its hard for me to comment on the size of your testicles because I don’t have the ability to examine you. I think it is important that both testicles are the same size, rather than one growing at an accelerated rate. If you are still concerned, which it sounds like you are, you may want to see your family doctor for a routine physical and ask him to evaluate your testicles. If your family doctor has concerns, he or she will refer you to a urologist. An ultrasound of the testicles would rule out several lesions, this might reduce your level of concern. Check the archives for possible testicular lesions.
Again, go see your family doctor, they can help and focus your concerns.
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