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Why My testicles and scrotum are very hot and how to make it normal? - Asked by r x on 10-Aug-2016 12:27:20

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    Answered by Dr. Dhaval Thakkar on 27-May-2018 01:37:42

    Quite a vague and interesting description that was!

    if you are experiencing pain along with the hotness/ or an increased size of your scrotum, please visit a doctor asap!

     

     


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