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If A Dude Has Cancer In His Testicle Will He End Up With High Pitched Voice
Painless mass.: Testicular cancer usually presents as a painless mass in the scrotum. Because there is often no pain, many unfortunately delay evaluation. As the mass enlarges, there may be discomfort or a sensation of fullness in the scrotum, seen in 30-40%. 10% experience acute pain. If the cancer spreads, symptoms of more advanced disease such as neck mass, back pain, bone pain, or cough may result. ...Read more
Cancer is a group of diseases that is characterized by uncontrolled cell growth leading to invasion of surrounding tissues that spread to other parts of the body. Cancer can begin anywhere in the body and is usually related to one or more genetic mutations that allow normal cells to become malignant by interfering with internal cellular control mechanisms, such as programmed cell death or by preventing ...Read more
No...but if the dude: Were to lose both testicles for any reason he might maintain a "boy soprano" voice, eunuchs were exactly this. A man with one testicle with cancer and it is removed, stil has another, and if his voice has or had not changed, the other testis makes suffiicent testosterone to provide male characteristics, and if the testosterone level is low, it can be replaced. Still a real dude. ...Read more
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GERD: Uncontrolled reflux could give you acid taste in your mouth associated with coughing and hoarseness specially while you are sleeping. You will cough and wake up suddenly. But can happen without the cough too. Avoid eating late night. Wait 2-3 hrs after eating before going to bed. If you have gerd avoid food that give you heartburn. Like caffeine, alcohol, sodas, chocolate, spicy/fatty food. ...Read more
Castrati: The male voice deepens at puberty because the male hormone (testosterone) changes the shape and tension on the vocal folds, which generate the voice. Without it, the voice remains high. There are treatments which can be prescribed ranging from hormone therapy to surgery to deepen the voice. Check with a primary care provider and/or a laryngologist for options. ...Read more
If im 20 years old, and I have a high pitched voice, and a skinny frame, is there any possibility that i will develop a thicker frame and deeper voice?
Depends: Further changes are dependent on your stage of development and genetics. If you haven't completed your pubertal development yet, there may still be refinement to your characteristics. Also, as one ages, there are subtle but continued changes in these traits. ...Read more
Perhaps: You need to have a consultation with an experienced ENT surgeon. Ask your doctor to point you in the right direction. Good luck. ...Read more
As an adult male have always had slightly high pitched voice and not much body hair. Is there something i can do/take? Testosterone?
Do health consequences result from having a cyst on a testicle, besides cancer? If so, what are they?
Most likely benign..: Despite medical advance, most of medical care is still based on indirect evidence resulting from continual collection & analysis of available experience. Within this in mind, a reasonable approach to ascertain what a suspected lesion may be but with no 100% guaranty. Thus far, a testicular cyst could be followed conservatively with periodic palpation, US, & even blood tests for 1-3 yrs; then.... ...Read more
No: Ten percent of males diagnosed with testicular cancer give a history of recent trauma to the testicle. It is not thought that the trauma causes the cancer, but rather that it brings an existing tumor to the attention of the patient and physician. ...Read more
Varies: Some men who start checking discover their epididymis or appendix of the testis and mistake it for a possible cancer -- it's good they're checking. The percentage of testicular solid masses not related to trauma that are malignant is quite high, and for each individual mass, it's either 0% or 100%. Best have any new mass examined. ...Read more
No: Some couples like this. This actually causes the prostate and seminal vesicles to fill tremendously, giving some men more enjoyment when ejaculation finally takes place. The testes are unaffected. No one's shown any clearly increased risk in prostate cancer from abstinence, though the jury's still out on it being a risk for benign enlargement later. Seminal vesicle cancer almost never happens. ...Read more
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Consistency: Testicles should be uniformly smooth and somewhat firm. If there are any bumps or hard spots or if the entire testicle feels differently than the other side, see a healthcare provider. ...Read more
Not definitely: Please get it checked out asap. Hopefully just a hydrocecele. ...Read more
No: There is no significant difference.Get a more detailed answer ›
It could be.
Get an examination by a doctor and possibly (likely) a scrotal u/s to make sure. ...Read more
On skin?: Is the "lump" below your testicle but on the skin?If so, it is probably a sebaceous cyst.Other "lumps"inside the scrotum are usually not below the testis.For your peace of mind have it checked by a doctor. Testicular cancer is not a movable lump below the testis.Relax.Take care. ...Read more
Very variable: A testis may not be perceptibly enlarged for one to have metastatic testicular cancer. ...Read more
My husnand recently noticed a small lump in one of his testicle. Is it cancer? What should he do?
If I had to get my testicles removed because of cancer. Is there any way for me to still have kids?
With banked sperm.: Sperm banking is an important part of any discussion for those undergoing treatment for testicular cancer. Most cancers involve one testicle only, but those with testicular cancer appear to have abnormalities with their sperm in the unaffected testis. Removal of both testicles, chemotherapy, or retroperitoneal surgery for more advanced testis cancer can render the patient infertile. ...Read more
The testicles are the two oval male gonads, or reproductive glands, located in the scrotum. The seminiferous tubules of the testis are the site of spermatogenesis and its leydig cells secrete testosterone. The term testicles is synonymous with testes or gonads. The singular form is ...Read more
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