Why is one of my testicles higher than the other?

Last updated on August 27, 2020



I am a 25-year-old male. I hope you can explain a question to me. I don’t have any problems, but my testicles in my scrotum show one up and the other down, medium size. So what can I do? It seems that I may have a problem but I can’t go and consult a doctor.


I hope I understood your question correctly. Every male has two testicles. They do not hang at the same level. If they did, they would bang against each other when you walk. Hence, God placed one testicle slightly lower than the other so that when you walk, they slide by each other.

If you are concerned that your testicles are slightly different sizes, this too is considered normal. We like to think we are completely symmetrical, but we are not. Your left testicle can be a slightly different size than your right testicle and still be normal.