Let's just hope it's not. Testicular cancer is not as common, but the survival rate is high.
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well if you do got testie cancer you most likely wont have kids
Depends on the severity of the cancer. I only had the bump on my left testicle, and if all goes down, I'd at most lose that testicle. Hell, I could get one of them removed right now, and I'd still be able to have kids.
It's like your organs that have a duplicate, you only need one.
OT: Wow. Let's hope it's not cancer and it's just a bruise from beating off too much. Cancer is serious yo.
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