Testicular cancer is one of the leading causes of death for men between 15 and 34 â€” but it doesn't have to be. Just as women should examine their breasts, so should men examine their testicles. For most males this simple test often seems scary â€” not so much for the procedure, but for the possibility they might find something. But understand that first, it is better to do the exam, find something, and lose a testicle than to not do the exam and die from cancer. Think about this. Plus, if you do perform the exam, you have some things to look forward to: One, since you probably won't find anything, your mind will be eased; and two, you'll probably be aroused and ready to masturbate!
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