I recently noticed that one of my vas deferens was a lot bigger than the other one. Is this normal of the sign of something being wrong?
Firstly, it's great that you are seeking advice about this, as changes to testicles should not be ignored. Abnormalities are not necessarily a sign of a serious condition, but it's best for concerns to be investigated sooner rather than later.
The Vas Deferens are the tubes inside the scrotum that carry the sperm from the testicles out of the penis when you ejaculate. Because of where these tubes are, it can be difficult to gauge just how large each tube actually is.
Everybody has variations in their body and nobody is totally symmetrical. For example, the slight lump at the top of the testicles is a normal part of the male body (called the epididymis). It might help you to understand how normal testes are supposed to feel.
Any concerns regarding your testicles should be investigated, so visiting your doctor would be advisable. Your doctor will be able to examine you properly and will also be aware of your medical history. Or, if you would prefer not to discuss this with your local doctor (GP), you could visit your local Genitourinary medicine (GUM) clinic.
Try not to feel embarrassed when discussing this problem. To a doctor or nurse this is just another part of the body.
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