• over 2 years ago

    April is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month

    Although testicular cancer is rare, it's the most common cancer among young men and it can strike at any age.

    This month, it's important to recognize the thousands of patients, survivors, caregivers, and advocates, and also to remember those who we've lost to the disease. Raising awareness, providing support, and sharing your stories does make a difference.

    Have you ever had testicular cancer? Do you get testicular cancer screening tests? We'd love to hear from you.

    The American Cancer Society recommends that all men have a testicular exam when they see a doctor for a routine physical. When detected early, it has a survival rate of over 95%. Click here to learn more about screening tests that every man needs: http://wb.md/2nwxjKL

    A self-exam can help find testicular cancer at an early stage. Many times this cancer is found during self-exam as a painless lump or a swollen testicle. Click here to learn more: http://wb.md/2nwtvJC

    To learn more about testicular cancer, click here: http://wb.md/2o2cQS8

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  • over 2 years ago

    RE: April is Testicular Cancer Awareness Month

    Hi Its us guys who do not check enough, I'm lucky as I wear a *** ring 24/7 and for that you do need to be shaved so it comes of daily shaved and goes back on so lots of handling, so that way I would know.

    So guys go buy a good *** ring get shaved for it and keep it that way, then you get lots of handling, what are *** rings for they give you stronger erections, I have mine because I had ED and beat it, it can be done.

    So guys lets have you handling them a lot more, and if you feel something that you think is not right, get to your doctor and don't leave it, go, doctor ASAP. OK

    NOWHARD