Small hole were scrotum meets shaft feels like something narrow yet 2 to 3 inches long inside scrotum staring at newly acquired hole. Any ideas?

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There is a normal opening where the spermatic cord comes through the inguinal canal and into the scrotum. I am not sure but it is probable that is what you are feeling. If so you should be able to feel that on both sides

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There is a normal opening where the spermatic cord comes through the inguinal canal and into the scrotum. I am not sure but it is probable that is what you are feeling. If so you should be able to feel that on both sides

Published on Jul 11, 2012


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