A year ago, I lost both my balls to testicular cancer. It's one that isn't talked about too often, so I just had a favor. While you are here, looking at all the lovely people on the subreddit, feel those testicles and do a self test! Don't end up ball-les

A year ago, I lost both my balls to testicular cancer. It's one that isn't talked about too often, so I just had a favor. While you are here, looking at all the lovely people on the subreddit, feel those testicles and do a self test! Don't end up ball-les
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lotsosmiley
Dude, glad you and your awesome attitude are still with us! One of my best friends was lucky to survive the same years back, though he only lost one. He's affectionately called Uniball now. :) Keep on livin', rock!
rockygeeks
Thanks Lotso! I was a uniballer for a month so I know the feeling of it :P You keep being awesome yourself!
bigben94
I got testicular cancer in December. Lost my left ine, should I worry about the right one still? This is a serious question btw
nswaussiefarmer
As someone who lost my left six years ago yes you do need to keep an eye on it, I was told that if it is going to re-occur it will happen in the first ten years. I now keep an eye on every thing just in case but I had to have radio therapy as well, as the
TheWiredWorld
So, what does it feel like? How does one know something's up?

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