Testicles are a key part of the male reproductive system, and their geometries and characteristics vary from individual to individual. This resource aims to provide you with accurate Average Testicle information, covering topics including testicle size, testicle volume, and testicle temperature.
Testicles, responsible for producing testosterone and spermatozoa, tend to vary in size from one place on Earth to the next, but the following small chart
is a good concensus for the average testicular size - please note some are bigger, some are smaller, but this is the average size of the human testicles.
|Testicle Size Dimension||Average|
|Length||2 in (5 cm)|
|Width||0.8 in (2 cm)|
|Height||1.2 in (3 cm)|
It is also useful to investigate the average temperature of the human testicle. Testicle temperature is a very
important perameter for the proper nuturing of the spermatozoa. As such, the testicles work at temperatures slightly lower
than the core Average Body Temperature. This is evident
in the design of the testicles, away from the body itself in an effort to maintain a lower temperature.
The best way to get an accurate reading is plain and simple - use a thermometer! Similar to the way you would take your temperature under your arm-pitt, orally, or even rectally, simply use a thermometer to measure your testicular temperature.
The volume of the testicle can be calculated using the length, width, and height dimensions as illustrated above. Multiplying these dimensions, we can achieve an accurate indication of the Average Testicle Volume as shown:
|Average Testicle Volume:||1.10 in³ (18 cm³)|