All questions tagged with testicles

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Spots and bumps

my testicles have two small almost mini testicles at the bottom of them they are attached to my testicles it that something bad it is cancer what is it i am really confused i got tested for claymedia gonnoraia my tests were all negative what can this be and also i have like small spot around my penis they are like extra skin see through almost and some are dark black abit like black head but with a bit of skin as in depth wise. can you please help me

Asked by s.mm
20th March 2010 (in Sex)

Tags: penis penis size spots testicles

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Unfortunately from the descriptions that you have given, it is not possible for us to determine what is happening, as this would take a more detailed examination, which we are unable to do.





We would strongly suggest that you either visit your own Doctor or your local GUM Clinic, where they will be able to undertake the necessary examinations to identify what is happening.





It is not uncommon for people to become highly concerned when they have problems in or around there genitalia, but please be assured that all Doctors and Clinic staff will treat you with respect and this will be confidential.





You have already taken the first steps by being tested for both Chlamydia and Gonorrhoea,which you say have come back as negative, so you need to now take the next step.

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Answered by team member Tim
22nd March 2010

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Testicels disappear while having Oral

Hi, I'm 19 years old and this wierd thing happened yesterday. I was with my girlfriend, and she was giving me an oral (BJ)... but after some time, i noticed my balls went completely in, I mean...they weren't hanging there, but they went IN, they disappeared (like they were pulled inside lol, like in some porn movies). Is that normal ? Maybe it is from the satisfaction ? Should I worry about it ?

Asked by anonymous
3rd April 2013 (in Sex)

Tags: testicles oral sex

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Hello and thanks for getting in touch with MSH. What you are discribing is a situation called Retractile Testicles. When a man becomes sexually aroused, a number of different muscles involuntarily contract which regulates everything from blood supply, to positioning of the genitals. One such muscle is called the Cremaster muscle, which lifts the testicles up. This usually happens when a male is extremely aroused. And it will naturally descend when no longer aroused. The problem occurs when/if it doesn't return to its testicle sack, if this was to ever occur you should visit your GP or A/E to get it manipulated out, but this is extremely rare to occur, but just worth noting. So yes please don't worry, this happens to lots of men, but not all. We hope this has put you mind at ease, please do get back in touch if you have any further concerns.

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Answered by team member Matt
9th April 2013

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Sexual pleasure with balls

I am a male in 45 + and like to question you on my experience on masturbating. It has nothing to deal with my penis, but it is my balls. You know, when I feel physical desire on sex, I gently rub or roll my balls and then I enjoy very special and erotic pleasure. I can carry on masturbating (my balls) for nearly 1 hour. Then when I thought it is too much pleasure for my balls, I masturbate (with my penis) and I get orgasm at last. Is there any disadvantage or risk for my balls and sex life ?

Asked by pauk
21st December 2010 (in Health)

Tags: penis testicles masturbation

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

I don't think there is a disadvantage or risk, so long as you are not exerting too much pressure on them. A lot of men enjoy playing with there balls either during masterbation or during sex, while some find them too sensitive to have them touched. If you find it enjoyable and its not causing you any pain during or after then I don't think you need to worry. However, if you notice any lumps or get any aches or pains then please go to your local GP to seek medical help.

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Answered by team member Matt
22nd December 2010

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Masterbating, penis size and balls

i have a problem of masturbating. i do hand practise 2 or 3 times in a weeks from last 15 to 16 years. i think for these reason my penis size too small it 5 inch when erect and my balls hangs too much. please suggest i am fit to do sex or not. i am 28 years old and please tell how to make penis big & tick.

Asked by jimmy
15th December 2012 (in Sex)

Tags: penis penis size testicles masturbation

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Hello any thanks for posting your question. Let me assure you, masturbation is perfectly normal and will not affect the size of your penis. The avarage size of the male penis when erect is between 5-6 inches, so you are not small, this is perfectly normal and big enough to perform sexually. No two penis or balls are the same, some are big, some are small, just like your balls, everyone is different and this should be embraced, not something to be worried or embarrassed about. There are many website that claim to sell pills or tools that will make a penis bigger, please do not be fooled by such claims, there is no way other than risky surgery to do this. If you feel this is affecting your life a lot, maybe you should look into getting counseling, many men suffer from self-esteem issue around the size of their penis and ability to perform in the bedroom, if you live in Swindon we can help arrange free counselling for you. Please do get back in touch if you would like this, or if we can offer any further support.

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Answered by team member Matt
15th December 2012

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Testicles ache

Everytime I ejaculate, my testicles start to ache and the aching lasts for a while any advice why? its putting me off sex.

Asked by billy
8th November 2014 (in Health)

Tags: ejaculation testicles testicular pain

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Sorry to hear that this is putting you off sex. Actually you describe quite a common problem and most of the time there is no medical cause to treat. Various possible causes include engorgement of the blood supply to your balls because you have been hard for a long time before orgasm: change in position of your testicles (from the one they rest in when you are clothed) when you are being sexually active: "flopping about" by the testicles during sex or masturbation: minor trauma to your ball bag because of the position you are in during sex: and having infrequent orgasms. Try experimenting with different positions: if you like prolonged sex, take a short break in the middle: during masturbation you could gently cup your testicle with the other hand: and if you don’t cum very often, try more frequent activity and see if this breaks through the "after sex ache".





More serious causes are less common: epididymitis and pressure from a testicular swelling are both things that need a medical check. So for example if you find any kind of lump, or a tender painful part of your testicle you should see a doctor.





It is small consolation but there are other problems that some guys get after sex such as a severe headache, muscle pains or severe guilt or depression. These are all part of life’s rich tapestry and although distressing they often settle with help and support.



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Answered by team member Dr Peter
8th December 2015

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Issue with my testicles

i am 25 years olad and my testies is one and my peins is small, help

Asked by shabbir
13th February 2013 (in Sex)

Tags: penis size testicles

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Thanks for getting in contact with us. Regarding having one testicle, is this because the other one hasn't dropped or you were born with only one? If it has yet to appear and you were expecting it to, we would deffinatly suggest you see your GP/Doctor to get this looked at. However please don't worry if you do only end up with one as many men go through life with only one testicle and they function perfectly normal, and have a normal sex life and can go on to have children.

Regarding you concern of your penis, what you think as small may not be small. Many men would like to increase the size of their penis as penis size is one of the biggest male concerns, nearly all men worry at some stage in their life about the size of their penis. A lot of it can be due to watching porn and seeing how big other men are, but men in porn tend to always be very well hung and that is why they use them in porn. Some men are so unsatisfied it can cause them great distress and make them seek out ways to increase their size. Please ignore any adverts you find on the internet, in magazines or emails claiming to make your penis bigger via any form of pills, you could be putting yourself in more harm and these pills do not work. The only way to change the size of your penis is through surgery and this is extremely risky and could result in you unable to get an erection. The male penis comes in all shapes and sizes, all over the world there are different sizes, for example in India the average size is 4 inches, the UK is 5.5 and the congo in Africa is 7. We are all built differently and never let someone make you feel inadequate with what you have, people fall in love with the person not the penis. There are many different positions you can try with a partner so that you are both sexually satisfied, experiment and see what works best for you. You may benefit from some form of sexual counselling if it is affecting your life a lot, and if you live in Swindon please get in touch as we offer a free counselling service.

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Answered by team member Matt
15th February 2013

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Aching Testicles

I was using a closed end male masturbator with no problems for 2 months. Then I raised the front of my chair. My left testicle has been aching ever since.(mid January) Recently while using this device I raised the right testicle. Now they both hurt to a similar degree. This is probably trauma. Importantly there are no other side effects. Question: Does the suck/blow effect have any relevance as it is barely noticeable?

Asked by Keith
4th March 2015 (in Health)

Tags: testicles

Aching Testicles is certainly a discomfort for anyone. Testicular pain causes might be extremely serious and require prompt diagnostics done in lab through the help of tools present at and medical evaluation like testicular torsion. Its symptoms include testicle tenderness, swelling, and redness. Doctors will perform urinalysis, imaging studies, and a detailed physical exam to know the causes and might provide pain medication, antibiotics or in severe cases a surgery options.

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Answered by MauricioLane
27th November 2015

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Pain in my testicles

I have done circumcision in 4days. At night I am struggling with pain in my testicles as if I have done sex more than number. Please help since I hardly find sleep an hour is enough.

Asked by anonymous
15th May 2013 (in Health)

Tags: testicles circumcision

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

Thank you for contacting Mens Sexual Health. Sorry to hear you are in so much discomfort, I think the only thing we can really suggest is that you go and see you Doctor as soon as possible, you may have caught an infection during your circumcision or it may be unrelated but most likely it is post surgery issue and needs to be looked at immediately.

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Answered by team member Matt
16th May 2013

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Testicular pain

I've searched all over the net for someone else with the same problem as me but couldn't find anything. Basically if I don't ejaculate after 3 days I get a real bad pain in my testicles if I don't ejaculate for say 5 day the pain is so unbearable I can't stand up the pain even blackens my eyes the only thing that eases the pain is a hot bath but untill I ejaculate the pain dosent go away. Dose anyone else have this problem or have any answers? I am 38 and been too embarrassed to ask for help for going on 20 years. Thanks

Asked by matt
29th March 2015 (in Sex)

Tags: ejaculation erection testicles

Response from Men's Sexual Health:

So glad you asked! You are not alone and you don’t need to feel embarrassed. The problem has been going on for 20 years so it is pretty unlikely that you have a serious underlying cause (which is rare in any case).





It is hard to prove what causes this condition but the theory is that if you don’t ejaculate very often your balls and the surrounding tissues in the perineum slowly get engorged with venous blood. This is relatively stagnant and contains waste products from your body’s metabolism. Then, when you get hard and have an orgasm, there is a considerable increase in local blood flow and the more stagnant blood is washed away – with the result that the pH and electrolyte balance may change and cause pain, a bit like muscle cramps.





This is only theory but it is believable. You might like to test it by having more frequent ejaculations – which should improve drainage and reduce the build-up of metabolic waste. How often? Up to you ... I would start by once a day to try it out.



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Answered by team member Dr Peter
8th December 2015