Does testicular size affect your testosterone levels?
The answer is – yes – testicular size can mean higher testosterone levels, but ONLY if it’s done naturally and done endogenously – that means, from WITHIN.
However, if it’s done unnaturally, through exogenous means, which means EXTERNALLY – such as testosterone injections and creams, then the testicles will actually SHRINK in size and get much smaller.
Some men on testosterone will actually have such small testicles that it almost goes back up inside your stomach. Obviously, this is also the case with high-dose steroid use.
Studies have shown that larger testicles among mammals are associated with higher testosterone levels, while smaller testicular volume is associated with decreased sperm production. This means a lower fertility rate.
Additionally, as you age, testosterone production tends to drop as your testicles start to get smaller.
So, there you have it, generally speaking, larger testicles will indicate higher testosterone levels.
And I’ve done a ton of articles about this topic and how you can naturally and quickly increase your testosterone levels.