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Hi, If the test comes back abnormal then your GP may refer you to a prostate specialist (urologist) who may recommend further investigations. These...
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Hi Have a good read through this link from the UK’s NHS, it reads very well, then go on to the symptoms, this bit should read well for you. The Link...
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Hi, So been to a doctor or uro, I think tis would be best before you start seeking drugs, and if it is cancer then it would need to come out.But then...
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Hi Have read how eunuchs can get erections, and also read more about it, all very interesting and how they do marry and have good sex lives, but they...
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Hi if you read up about eunuch's, you will find that many of them had happy sex lives, even thought they had there testes removed.I would just do...
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Hi Why thing worst case scenario? Cancer? just get to your doctor or uro, and let them have a look, and take it from there.Good Luck
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Hi And just why would a man take a pregnancy test, if its a home pregnancy test I cant see how peeing on a stick could give you cancer, most...
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You have no risk now....the only risk for developing a testicular cancer would be in the testicle that was removed when you were 16.  Your other...
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Yes, a 55 year old man can have testicular cancer, but before making a self-diagnosis, see your medical provider or a urologist for a proper...
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No...who told you that?  Both testicles produce sperm that can create a boy or a girl, so assuming his remaining testicle is producing a normal...
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If you have viable, active sperm from your one, remaining testicle (you would have to get a sperm count), then you could father a child.
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Testicular cancer is a type of cancer that begins within the testicles. The cancer cells no longer follow normal growth patterns, multiplying...
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Doctors don't know why a man develops testicular cancer. However, doctors have found links between testicular cancer and other factors. These are...
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Surgical removal of a testicle is unavoidable, since the testicle is required for diagnosis. If cancer is found, a second operation to remove...
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It is essentially impossible to prevent testicular cancer. Because it is so highly curable in early stages, regular testicular self-examination is...
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