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My right testical stays sucked up against my body

I'm 46,about a month ago out of the blue my testical began to hurt to the point I couldn't walk, when the pain went away my right testical was sucked up against my body but not up inside the abdamon, it seems to be constantly moving it'll drop down a little and then suck right back up, when I lay on my back with my knees up it'll relax or when I bend over it drops way down but still constantly tries to bounce up any help would be appreciated
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207091 tn?1337709493
Does this sound like what you have?

https://www.austinvasectomycenter.com/treatment-for-adults-with-retractile-testicles-causing-discomfort/ (I'm not endorsing this doctor, the center or the procedure - it's one of the few articles I could find on it in adults.)

It seems to be a condition that affects mostly younger boys, but adult men can get it, too.

Here's an article describing it in younger boys -

In any case, you definitely need to see a urologist. It sounds like a simple procedure to fix it, but get it evaluated by a urologist to make sure that's what's happening. Let us know what happens. :)

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