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Yes, prosthetic testicles are a thing. Here's the what, why, when and how about fake balls.
Yes, prosthetic testicles are a thing. Here's the what, why, when and how about fake balls.
For some guys, the loss of "manhood" to testicular cancer is the hardest part of the disease.
Lump on your left testicle? A bulge on your balls? Not every growth is cancerous.
Lump on your left testicle? A bulge on your balls? Not every growth is cancerous.
White males have the highest rates of the disease, likely due to a combination of factors.
Uncommon signs of this disease can point to other health problems, so don't ignore them.
As it turns out, the testes are very connected to your overall well-being.
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Robot-aided retroperitoneal lymph node dissection is a fairly new procedure with a big upside.
Predispositions to testis cancer are few but essential to know, especially for young men.
Several weeks into uneventful treatments, everything hit at once. But I got through it.
The position started as a response to health inequities and continues to be important today.
Freezing testicular tissue is developing as an option for prepubescent boys—and some adults.
So you have a lump. Your medical team will likely use diagnostic images to investigate.
Surviving the disease isn't always the end of the psychological battle.
The three big weapons attack more than just cancer. Know how they might impact your body.
Orchiectomy is still the gold standard, but some men can retain part of their affected testicle.
A man's fertility status post-chemo depends on a lot of factors, but parenthood is possible.
Reactions to radiation, chemotherapy or surgery vary, so educate yourself about what's coming.
Lymphedema of the penis and scrotum is rare, but serious cases may require surgery.
Don't put it off any longer. It's time for a complete physical and other tests.
The results might be less drastic than you think, but consider banking some sperm.
When treatment for MS leads to cancer, the compounding effect can seem insurmountable.
An analysis of nearly 200,000 men could lead to improvements in screening and prevention.
Check out this handful of surprising scourges—there are many—that can affect your 'handful.'
While mostly harmless, this fluid-filled sac in the scrotum can lead to the need for treatment.
A lump is the most common indicator—self-exams help—but be aware of other signs of the disease.
Guidelines among medical bodies vary, but testicular self-exams play a role in cancer detection.
Any cancer diagnosis can be overwhelming, but don't allow misinformation to make it worse.
Patients will hear a lot of diagnostic lingo before and during treatment. Here's what it means.
The average age at diagnosis is just 33, but the reasons are mostly theoretical at this point.
Here's what's going to happen to your genitals as you get older, and it's not a pretty picture.
Though advances in HIV treatment have raised survival rates, a higher cancer risk still exists.
Regular investigation can be an important part of preventative care.
Chemotherapy can decimate your sperm count, but it doesn't spell the end of parental prospects.
Here's how to talk with your healthcare provider about the swelling in your scrotum.
Learn how to protect your ability to have children before, during and after treatment.
If you're anxious about having a testicle or lymph nodes removed, learn what you need to know.
Find out what genes and family history have to say when it comes to testicular cancer.
Getting regular penis exams from your doctor is an important part of preventive healthcare.
Testicular cancer is traumatic, but understanding the side effects of treatment is vital, too.
Learn the differences between the two forms of this testicle condition and what you can do.
Not all lumps in the testicles are created equal. A spermatocele is benign but needs attention.
Your self-exam in the shower is just the first of many possible tests your doctor may recommend.
Testicular cancer has a superb survival rate, but you need to get some details ASAP.
Surgery. Chemo. Radiation. They're all options. Here's what they might mean to your life.
There's nothing embarrassing about undergoing effective and important diagnostic test.
Knowing when your boys need an intervention—and acting quickly—could be the key to keeping them.
Several factors play a role in the frequency of visits to this specialist.
Examining your testes regularly may help you detect abnormalities, including testicular cancer.
This common condition in the scrotum can sometimes disguise a more serious genital issue.
A loved one can make a real difference after a man receives a testicular cancer diagnosis.
You need to be aware of how these conditions can affect fertility.
Cancer may take your testicles, but it can't take your manhood.
You beat testicular cancer. Here's how life may look for you now.
Testicular cancer can be beaten. Find out how, and what to expect from treatment and recovery.
Testicular cancer is curable if detected and treated early. Here's what every man should know.
In addition to a lump in the testicles, lesser known symptoms should also get your attention.
One of the most common cancers in men under age 44, testicular cancer is highly treatable.
When standard chemo doesn't work, stem-cell transplants act as a second line of defense.
Treatment for testicular cancer can affect the survivor, both physically and psychologically.
The size of a man's testicles can provide a fascinating insight into his well-being.
Cancer has men thinking about their future children—whether they planned to have them or not.
Nothing prepares you for a drug that wipes out everything in its path—even testicular cancer.
Let's discover the truth behind some important misconceptions about testicular cancer.
Clearing up some bad info about conditions from premature ejaculation to testicular cancer.
An early-stage testicular cancer diagnosis could mean cutting radioactive scans down by half.
A common cause of so-called dry orgasms, retrograde ejaculation can also cause fertility issues.
Fertility preservation may be the key to having a family after cancer treatment.
From medical checkups to lifestyle choices, you balls will thank you for making an effort.
Lowered sex drive is among the most common—but least discussed—symptoms of treatment.
A health scare leads a teacher to become an advocate for men's health.
Testicle removal is never desirable, but artificial testes can restore a natural look and feel.
It may cause changes down there, but testicular cancer likely won’t impact your sexual ability.
Taking a few minutes to conduct a self-exam of your testicles could be a lifesaving decision.
Cancer treatment can affect a person’s sex organs, libido, well-being and overall self-esteem.
Penis health isn’t all you should focus on. Don’t forget about your testicles.
You’ve survived testicular cancer. That’s the good news. Now, let’s consider what comes next.