A man’s package is never complete without his balls or testicles. They’re the male gonads, responsible for producing sperm and hormones – but what if you have small testicles? Many would probably say that you shouldn’t pay much attention to scrotal circumference, and that testicle volume is what you should focus on. After all, some guys have small, tight scrotums, while others have them hanging loose in their pants. Before you jump to conclusions, here are some things you need to know about having small testicles in the scrotum.
The size of a man’s balls is often figuratively referred to in relation to one’s masculinity. But, does this claim have any basis in the literal sense? Well, it turns out that the size of one’s testicles is a significant indicator for a man’s health. Research has shown that reduced testicular volume show a strong correlation to decreased sperm DNA integrity, spermatozoa amount, total sperm count, motile sperm levels, and testosterone serum concentration.