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Hard vas deferens - Differences Between LR Testes

Hard vas deferens - Differences Between LR Testes

There was an old thread that mentioned this, but I my question is a bit more elaborate.

I noticed recently that my left vas deferens (the seminal tube from scrotum to unit), is much more dense than my right. It’s almost like a solid cord, or as if it is full of rubber. According to this medical book it’s normal,

Https://books.google.com/books?id=E…rens%22&f=false

.But it begs the question.. Why is my right tube spongy by comparison? Maybe that’s within normal variation as well, I feel there are too many coincidences in my anatomy that seem connected:

-My unit curves down and to the left, like it’s taking a corner on the track
-My left vas deferens feels completely solid while my right is either just empty or less dense - it feels spongy
-My left testicle hangs lower
-My left testicle is smaller but it feels like there’s more Epididymis or it’s just less compact
-My cum loads seem small to me and do not usually spurt very much (it could be average, but I’m self conscious)
-My test levels are not unsafe, but below average - 403 ng/dL at age 30 (I have no recession of hairline, little body hair, and will never grow a full beard)

Is it common to have one whole testical that’s just kind of a dud from birth? As in, half the T production, half the semen production, but no infections or real pain involved? These differences have always been with me, but I’m much more aware of their uniqueness since learning about my package.

Everything you have said is totally within ‘normal’ parameters. You do not have a ‘dud’ testicle.


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Originally Posted by jhtownsend
There was an old thread that mentioned this, but I my question is a bit more elaborate.

I noticed recently that my left vas deferens (the seminal tube from scrotum to unit), is much more dense than my right. It’s almost like a solid cord, or as if it is full of rubber. According to this medical book it’s normal,

Https://books.google.com/books?id=E…rens%22&f=false

.But it begs the question.. Why is my right tube spongy by comparison? Maybe that’s within normal variation as well, I feel there are too many coincidences in my anatomy that seem connected:

-My unit curves down and to the left, like it’s taking a corner on the track
-My left vas deferens feels completely solid while my right is either just empty or less dense - it feels spongy
-My left testicle hangs lower
-My left testicle is smaller but it feels like there’s more Epididymis or it’s just less compact
-My cum loads seem small to me and do not usually spurt very much (it could be average, but I’m self conscious)
-My test levels are not unsafe, but below average - 403 ng/dL at age 30 (I have no recession of hairline, little body hair, and will never grow a full beard)

Is it common to have one whole testical that’s just kind of a dud from birth? As in, half the T production, half the semen production, but no infections or real pain involved? These differences have always been with me, but I’m much more aware of their uniqueness since learning about my package.

Like FG said it all sounds normal. My left testicle hangs much lower than my right. The right one never descended at or after birth so a medical procedure was done. It never really grew. I do suffer from low T but have fathered two kids.

My left testicals contents sound just like yours. Nothing to worry about.


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Merely to be objective, I didn’t specify any parameters. I don’t have the means to measure any of this, it’s all just relative anyway. Respectfully, do any of us really know for sure that our packages are working correctly? It’s not like any of you have looked closely and said “oh yea there goes fertile semen through that tube right now”. It’s perfectly reasonable to father children with one testicle.

I’m not saying I think either of you have an issue, but let’s be honest, none of that proves both testes are functioning at 100%.

Originally Posted by jhtownsend
Merely to be objective, I didn’t specify any parameters. I don’t have the means to measure any of this, it’s all just relative anyway. Respectfully, do any of us really know for sure that our packages are working correctly? It’s not like any of you have looked closely and said “oh yea there goes fertile semen through that tube right now”. It’s perfectly reasonable to father children with one testicle.

I’m not saying I think either of you have an issue, but let’s be honest, none of that proves both testes are functioning at 100%.

Sounds like you need a trained medical opinion. None of our systems function at 100%. That said, we’ve shared what we’ve learned through the years. I think a few professional opinions may bring the answers you seek.

Let us know the prognosis.


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Originally Posted by jhtownsend
Merely to be objective, I didn’t specify any parameters. I don’t have the means to measure any of this, it’s all just relative anyway. Respectfully, do any of us really know for sure that our packages are working correctly? It’s not like any of you have looked closely and said “oh yea there goes fertile semen through that tube right now”. It’s perfectly reasonable to father children with one testicle.

I’m not saying I think either of you have an issue, but let’s be honest, none of that proves both testes are functioning at 100%.


You did not mention fertility specifically in your original post. If that is your question, you will need to go to a fertility clinic. they will still only be able to tell you if you are fertile, not the level of function of your individual testicles. Everything you mentioned in your OP is normal. Having one testicle which seems to have far more or firmer Epididymis concerns a lot of people, but is very common.


Heat makes the difference between gaining quickly or slowly for some guys, or between gaining slowly instead of not at all for others. And the ideal penis size is 7.6" BPEL x 5.6" Mid Girth.

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