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Testicular Cancer From Cycling Or Testosterone Use
No and No: There is no evidence that cycling is a cause of testicular cancer. As this is a cancer most common in young men it may seem like there is a correlation, but no, cycling does not increase the risk of cancer. Testosterone use will make ones own testicles less active, which may be important, but it does not cause testicular cancer. In certain settings it may be linked to prostate cancer. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: It's common to have low energy with any cancer, especially after treatment. Men with testicular cancer usually have one or both testicles removed, which can lower testosterone levels, causing low energy. Other causes can include anemia, depression, and low thryoid hormone. Low energy should gradually improve over time after treatment is finished. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had testicular cancer and given chemotherapy and operated.My one testicular removed.How long will i live with one testicular ?
Testes are organs: Of procreation, and you can live without either. Two main functions of testis: 1. Produce sperm to father children; 2. Produce testosterone enhancing male secondary body characteristics and sex drive. Your ability to survive long term is not effected by losing one testis. ...Read more
Love: I'm sorry for your situation , there's a lot of hope for much testicular cancer. That said your cancer can have little to do with whether someone would marry you. Of course it decreases your chances but on other hand love is that mysterious thing that overcomes all odds. Shakespeare: let me not to the marriage of true minds admit impediments. Love is not love that alters when it alteration finds. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had testicular cancer and given chemotherapy and operated my one testicular removed. Can i lead a normal sex life ?. Because i can't produce sperm now
Testes are organs: Of procreation, and you can live without either. Two main functions of testis: 1. Produce sperm to father children; 2. Produce testosterone enhancing male secondary body characteristics and sex drive. Your ability to survive long term is not effected by losing one testis. One testis may still produce sperm, but sperm has everything to do with fertility, noting to do with sexual ability: erection, . ...Read more
Relatively quickly.: Unfortunately, testicular cancer generally tends to grow rapidly relative to other cancers. It then tends to spread, in a fairly predictable pattern, to the lymph nodes behind the abdominal cavity, then potentially to other organs. This makes prompt diagnosis and treatment very important. If you feel a mass in the testicle, don't delay evaluation and see your physician as soon as possible. ...Read more
Find lump on exam: Before you can know, you are concerned about a lump on testicular self exam. Then you go see your doctor who does a complete physical exam and orders some tests. The confirmed diagnosis comes from the pathologist who makes the call by looking at the stained cells from the lump under a microscope. Those cells come from a biopsy of the lump. ?Make an appointment? ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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