11-10-2005, 12:54 PM
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Join Date: Dec 2004
Originally Posted by prot
I don't want to be glib but this whole issue of testicle size seems somewhat contrived. I notice only that my testicles "seem " to vary in size based on no particular dosage of test. In other words I find the sac volume, placement, size, etc have no relationship to anything but there are just natural variations. The emphasis on this by anti steroid gurus has led everyone to accept it without any scientific proof. Who actually is able to measure testicular size in a way that is not subjective? Does any variation actually effect ejaculate volume or sperm content or motility?
If you have any scientific data related to actual test
usage and medical problems related to testicular shrinkage please share them. I personally do not care how big my balls are as long as my penis is functional but I do not desire children and have a vasectomy anyway.
For many guys, their testicals shrink to the size of raisins. You don't need any special instruments or anything like that to prove this. It is grossly obvious, well established, observed by thousands of physians that put their patients on TRT