Uneven Balls

Discussion in 'Sexual Health' started by NikeGirl, Sep 18, 2013.

  1. NikeGirl

    NikeGirl Member

    A lot of guys seem to be concerned about uneven testicles. They think some thing is wrong if one ball hangs lower that the other. Just wanted to let you guys know that is perfectly normal! Almost every guy I have seen has one ball hanging slightly lower that the other. It is very common, very normal, and even looks kind of cute :)
     
  2. Death

    Death Grim Reaper

    it is so they don't painfully clank together when we walk.
     
  3. LetLovinTakeHold

    LetLovinTakeHold Cuz it will if you let it

    I thought this was common knowledge.
     
  4. Jo King

    Jo King wannabe

    Yeah I never questioned it.
     
  5. sunshine186

    sunshine186 midnight toker

    god I was hoping someone would start in on this thread
    I didn't have anything to say, as my balls are just fine
     
  6. GLENGLEN

    GLENGLEN Lifetime Supporter

    Perfectly Normal, Sounds Like A Lot Of Guys Don't Know

    Basic Stuff About Their Own Bodies...:(



    Cheers Glen.
     
  7. Death

    Death Grim Reaper

    I guess if you've got a guy that thinks it's weird, then you should mentally abuse him by telling him things like "I can look past your defects" and "no other chick will want you with your deformed balls" and whatnot. that way you can rope him in.. you know, to keep him forever.
     
  8. Jo King

    Jo King wannabe

    I was thinking some guy was trying to get a girl to look at his balls
     
  9. 6-eyed shaman

    6-eyed shaman Sock-eye salmon

    They hang like that to keep from colliding into each other. If both balls hung at equal distance, they would smoosh into each other all the time bad it would hurt too much to walk.
     
  10. TheGhost

    TheGhost Auuhhhhmm ...


    How many exactly have you talked to?
     
  11. Kinky Ramona

    Kinky Ramona Back by popular demand!

    Or the always popular, "No, you're the ONLY guy I've ever seen like that. You know, I read somewhere that could be a sign of cancer."
     
  12. Death

    Death Grim Reaper

    ha that's great!
     
  13. Mike Suicide

    Mike Suicide Sweet and Tender Hooligan

    the title made me think this was about some kind of gymnastics routine.
     
  14. scratcho

    scratcho Lifetime Supporter Lifetime Supporter

    "I thought I smelled ball smoke". (Strangers With Candy).
     
  15. nz male

    nz male Senior Member

    My left testicle hangs lower. Is this common with all guys ?
     
  16. Ranger

    Ranger Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    I bet that can be almost as much fun as looking startled when some girl bares her breasts to you for the first time and exclaiming that they're not a match as you point and burst into laughter.......
     
  17. machinist

    machinist Banned Lifetime Supporter

    if you think about it... it totally makes sense.

    if they were perfectly level, they would press against each other.

    with them at different heights, they take up less space width-wise so they don't get in the way as much and get crushed.
     
  18. machinist

    machinist Banned Lifetime Supporter

    and i don't think many guys are concerned about it.. at least not past the age of like 16
     
  19. LetLovinTakeHold

    LetLovinTakeHold Cuz it will if you let it

    Mine too. Can't speak for everyone else. Might be a good poll for you to post.
     
  20. Joshoa

    Joshoa Member

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Testicles#External_testes

    lmost all healthy male vertebrates have two testes. They are typically of similar size, although in sharks, that on the right side is usually larger, and in many bird and mammal species, the left may be the larger.

    In mammals, the testes are often contained within an extension of the abdomen called the scrotum. In mammals with external testes it is most common for one testicle to hang lower than the other. While the size of the testicle varies, it is estimated that 21.9% of men have their higher testicle being their left, while 27.3% of men have reported to have equally positioned testicles.[7] This is due to differences in the vascular anatomical structure on the right and left sides.
     

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