A number of men worry about the size of the testicles, fearing that their size (or small size) may affect their virility and sexual performance. The good news is that there is no truth to the rumor that having smaller testicles compromises a man's ability to give and enjoy good sex or having children. The size of the testes can however indicate a disease or disorder
According to urologists, the testicles of a normal adult can vary from four centimeters to seven centimeters. If you find that your measurement is less than 1.5 inches, you may want your doctor to look at "family jewels". The testicles are responsible for the production of testosterone hormone (which determines in particular the level of libido in humans) and spermatozoa. Testicles smaller than normal could indicate a hormonal problem that can affect your masculinity and fertility.
Some men are also concerned about the uneven size of the testicles. that is, one part seems larger than the other. This is completely normal and should not cause distress unless there is swelling, pain or discernible nodule sensation. These could constitute early indications of testicular cancer, which usually affects men aged 19 to 44 years. This is why regular self-examination of the testes is important; If you catch testicular cancer early, it's easy to treat.
If your testicles are healthy, you do not have to worry about their size. They have reached their maximum size once become adults, and there is really no scientifically proven or approved way to make them grow even bigger. If you are concerned that the size of your testicles affects the way women see you, the results of a survey show that women are generally upset by very tall women or by those who hang very slowly. For many women, medium sized testicles are ideal.
Genetics play an important role in testicular size. Scientific studies suggest that on average, blacks have testicles up to twice as large as those in Asians (and although this may affect the amount of sperm produced by Asian men, this does not affect the amount of sperm produced by Asian men. does not affect the quality). The size of the testicles of Caucasian men is in between.
On the other hand, anthropological studies show that the size of a man's testicles can affect his level of promiscuity. Allan and Barbara Pease, in their book "Why Men Do not Listen, Women Can not Read Cards", point out that the larger the testicles of a man, the more he tends to promiscuity and the more his need to have sex more often. That is why the eunuchs (castrated males) were loaded with the harems of the ancient Arab kings; they could be trusted not to covet the king's concubines
In today's world, a man does not have to fear that the size of his testicle will affect his appearance, sexual performance or fertility. As long as they are healthy and function as nature wants, there is no need to worry.