Measure your testicle size here...

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  1. D.G.

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    OK, so we've all measured our dicks (well males that is). What about seeing how big our balls are?

    Measure the length and width of them and then work out the volume using
    [volume = length x width x width x 0.71]

    Mine are 4.5cm x 2.5cm which is a volume of 20ml
     
  2. trufitjock

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    Ok??? .. Where Did This Formular Come From?? And Who Thought This Up??
     
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    you realize the testicles are relatively solid structures right
     
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    Yes, I realise that the testicles are solid structures.

    Doctors measure testicles by 'volume', using the formula above.
     
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    Seems like fun, but the math has already got me stumped, so I am gonna just say a number...

    6643

    xxx
     
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    Testicles aren't rectangular...at least mine aren't. Lengthwise, both nuts are like 2.75" long on the long axis:)confused:).
     
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    theyre measured very rarely and when they are its only to look for the 2.5% 2+ SD below or above the curve

    have fun
     
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    Wow, I can't wait to get off work, and go home and measure myself!

    Big ups D.G.!!!
     
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    I know of a similar formula, used by docs in ultrasound tests:

    Testicle volume = II/6 x Length x Width x Depth (where II = 3.1416...)

    Mine are:

    (R) 5.0 cm x 3.2 cm x 2.5 cm => Vol = 20.9 cc
    (L) 5.2 cm x 3.1 cm x 2.7 cm => Vol = 22.8 cc

    BTW, normal range is between 14 and 35 cc
     
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    L - 21.3
    R - 20.1
     
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    Thanks so much for this thread! Other guys don't seem too concerned about this, but I've always been self-conscious about the size of my balls I haven't had much to compare them to, though. Apparently they're of decent size! Thanks again!
     
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    [SIZE=-1]The orchidometer is used by doctors to measure the volume of the testicles. When the testicles reach size 4 it means the boy is in stage 2 of puberty.[/SIZE]

    [SIZE=-1]The numbers in the ovals indicates the volume in milliliters.[/SIZE]

    [​IMG]
     
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    Is it at all concerning that mine are not the same size? I mean, at ALL? One is approximately 2" along the axis, the other seems much smaller, maybe around 1.3"? And it seems to vary sometimes. Is this normal?



     
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    Mine are: R - 35.343 L - 34.962
     
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    DG you do realize 20ml is the same as 4 teaspoons full. Your methodology is spuriois and your maths diabolical.
     
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    Ok lets see here

    Left Testicle volume = II/6 x 5 x 4 x 4.5 = 47cc
    Right Testicle volume = II/6 x 7 x 6 x 6.5 = 143cc

    Guess I'm a bit above average
     
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    right= 26.39

    left=24.56
     
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    mine are 6.5 & 7.9

    L=2.54cm x 1.9cm x 1.9cm x 0.71
    R=3.1cm x 1.9cm x 1.9cm x 0.71

    well below average
     
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