I observed that my left testicle is lower than the right. I examined myself but found no lump. I am not experiencing any pain either. Is this normal?
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You need not worry since this condition is quite normal.
Because of the late descent of left testis into the scrotum, the left testis is generally placed at a lower level compared to the right. This is totally normal and not harmful.
This, by no means, will affect your sexual life.
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