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One Testicle Hangs Lower Than the Other So They Don’t Bang Together

testicles hang lower than other

So I will assume that you are already aware that one testicle hangs lower than the other, but do you know why? Some people might misguidedly think that there is an abnormality with the testes, or some other explanation for this appearance, such as genetic or even some kind weird disease. But the true reason that one testicle hangs lower than the other is much less exciting. It’s to stop them from banging against one another.

As any man will testify, any blow, even a small blow to that particular region of the groin, can be excruciatingly painful. A small impact can render most men completely incapacitated, rolling on the ground in agony. It honestly feels as if someone has reached up inside of you through your private parts with a blender, then turned it on. It’s not a great feeling. So could you imagine what it would be like if you were experiencing small impacts in that region all day long? It wouldn’t be fun, so nature stepped in. But it’s not only your comfort that is the reason one testicle hangs lower than the other. Another reason is for sperm protection.

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