may be a side effect of prostate cancer hormone therapy.
Testicular atrophy may also be referred to as testicular
shrinkage which is caused by the testicles not having
to produce testosterone. Unlike anti-androgen therapy,
chemical castration prevents the production of testosterone,
and being inactive, the testicles atrophy. After prostate
cancer hormone therapy, the testicles will again increase
in size, though they may never reach their original