Testicular cancer - BE CAREFUL

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Testicular cancer - BE CAREFUL

Postby Muchacho » Wed Aug 22, 2018 4:49 pm

You must be wondering why I haven't been active in some weeks... well, I just realized that I have cancer in one my testicles.

This may sound kind of hard but don't worry. I thank God because I'll be alright since it could be found in an early state... I always used to examine my testicles right before taking a shower. I did this because there were a lot of campaigns to raise awareness about this condition here in my city and they were effective... please be careful and examine your private parts. It can make a difference between life and death... love y'all and see you soon... :thumbsup:

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Re: Testicular cancer - BE CAREFUL

Postby Robotman » Wed Aug 22, 2018 7:49 pm

Hope you make a full recovery Muchacho!

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Re: Testicular cancer - BE CAREFUL

Postby TheShoveller » Wed Aug 22, 2018 8:17 pm

Also hoping you have a full recovery and everything works out okay, man.

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Re: Testicular cancer - BE CAREFUL

Postby Muchacho » Wed Aug 22, 2018 10:10 pm

Thanks guys :thumbsup:
I'm having surgery in a couple of days to get it removed. (The good part is that you can have a normal sex life with only one) After that, I'll probably have to undergo chemotherapy and then, hopefully I'll go on full recovery... (funny fact: I didn't know that Lance Armstrong, the cyclist is a testicular cancer survivor)

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Re: Testicular cancer - BE CAREFUL

Postby Silkscreen » Thu Aug 23, 2018 2:19 pm

I have a male friend who had a near-female voice and was very overweight. At age 25 they found he had testicular cancer. They removed that bitchy thing, made a chemo and now he was diagnosed correctly, they made a hormone therapy with him. He finally went through a real puberty, losing weight, growing muscles, a slightly deeper voice and a beard. Was quite of a change!

(Not assuming you have the same problem but if you had, also make that hormone therapy. Ask your doctor!)

I wish you all luck for your upcoming therapies.


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