What holds the testicle in place?
If it is on the side or bottom of the testicle, it could be a sign of testicular CANCEr and should be examined by a Dr immediatly. If it is at the top of the testicle and you have one in teh same place on both testicles it is PROBABLY the attachpoint of the testicle & normal. But your Dr should be consulted
It is very unlikely, though it is possible, for a man to only be born with one testicle. More commonly there were two testicles at birth and either one has been removed or that it is in the body but not located in the normal place. In conditions such as cryptorchidism, ectopic testicle, or retractile testicle, the testicle is present in the body, but may not be where you expect it. Testicles are not usually…
If a 7 year old boy's testicle hasn't descended yet, it is important to take him to a doctor for evaluation. Usually if a boy's testicles haven't descended by 1 to 2 years of age, they will undergo surgery to place them in the scrotum. A testicle that remains in either the inguinal canal or in the abdominal cavity is more prone to developing cancer later in life.