If your testicles are significantly smaller than average, consider the following possible causes:
There isn’t a one-fits-all solution for small testicles. Taking fish oil supplements may result in a small increase in testicle size. Getting enough exercise and eating a healthy diet will maximise your testicular volume.
If you are noticing a sginificant change in testicle size, contact your doctor for a medical exam. A doctor may prescribe medications such as HCG or Clomid to stimulate your testicles to produce more testosterone.
Are you still unhappy with your testicle size? Some plastic surgeons offer surgery with implants to increase the size of your testicles.
You can also get a Scrotox procedure, where botox is injected into the scrotum. This will not enlarge the testicles, but it will make them look larger.
There are some upsides to having smaller testicles. It does not necessarily impact fertility or testosterone levels. In fact, having ‘small balls’ may even have some benefits.
One study showed that having small testicles is associated with being a better father. Small testicles can also visually enhance the size of your ‘package’. Only when your testicles are smaller than 15 ml (around 1.4 inches or 3.5 cm in width), testosterone production could be affected.
To find out if your testicles are smaller than 15 ml, use the orchidometer app for iPhone.