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About my balls

So, Ive been meaning to ask this for a while, but I just never got around it. So here I am. I'm 17, and my balls are not hanging at the same level, I know that this is normal, but there's more to it that I'm not sure if it will be related or not. My left testicle hangs lower than my right. My pubic hair is also thicker, grows more and quicker on my right than my left one. My right hangs just below my penis where my left would hang lower away from penis. This makes my penis hang to the left naturally, which does bug me. The distance between the two my guess is about 1/3 inch. Sometimes its 2/3 inch away from each other. I also need to mention that the scrotum on my right is a lot thicker, and has a rougher surface than my left. My left testicle can move freely as the scrotum is a lot softer and feels more moist compared to my right where I cant move it without it moving back to its OG position. My right testicle is usually positioned right next to or below my penis and is positioned closer to my penis head. Meaning, if I put my legs together, my right testicle would be visible and  where my left would be behind my penis. So my left testicle is closer to my legs and further away and not touching my penis shaft. My right is right next to the shaft and usually stays right there. Basically, my question is are my balls normal?

Some pics: https://imgur.com/a/65n3v1r

P.S. In the 2nd pic, you can see that my skin is discoloured a bit, would that be a birthmark?
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Well, it's hard to say.  It's normal, as you say, to have testicles that aren't symmetrical in terms of how they hang. The size you say is 1.3 inch.  Would you say that is less than a half teaspoon?  Within that limit is pretty normal.  No pain?  That is good but I do think you should get it checked out. The issue with the texture of your skin could be epididymitis which is a skin issue.  It's an infection.  Do you have any trusted adult you can talk to?  Your dad?  Your mom if you have to (sometimes boys would rather talk to a male which I get).  I'd suggest you get it looked at.  If not immediately then at your next annual physical.  Here's an article to look at. https://www.healthline.com/health/mens-health/one-testicle-bigger-than-the-other#causes
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Thanks for replying mate. There's no pain in them. I just notice it, probably since I started puberty. I checked for any signs to indicate something, but nothing. It's just the appearance.
That's good.  Do you see your doctor once a year?  That's a good time to have them take a look just to be sure but it is probably normal.
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