Dating someone with testicular cancer of pagdating ng panahon
I crossed and uncrossed my legs roughly a million times, desperately hoping to find a position that alleviated some of the pressure. When we finally landed at LAX, I felt like Kuato from Total Recall was going to pop out of my scrotum. Having delicately explained in very general terms that something was very wrong in a very sensitive area, the doctor's receptionist put me through to the doctor, who immediately referred me to the urologist who would go on to administer my testicle's last rites.
I stared out the window wondering what kind of evil had seeped into my sack. It was just me, testicular pain, and Owen Wilson's awful dog training skills until we hit the ground.
Should I run to the bathroom and check the situation? I'd chosen the window seat and the big guy on the aisle was fast asleep.
If you have mono and share saliva, you are sharing the virus, too.
Kissing or having sex with someone with mono makes you more likely to get the infection.
So I'm trapped, aware that something is wrong, my groin in agony, and I'm stuck in a metal tube for four hours.
That last one was never on my list of fears—I'm a “buried alive” guy—but then a urologist sat me down in his office and told me the bad news: I had testicular cancer. It would have taken a feat of in-flight parkour to escape.
Most of the time, mono symptoms get better within a few weeks. If you don’t feel better in a few weeks, you'll need to go back to the doctor. But some complications of mono can be life threatening. Seek medical help right away if you have any of the following symptoms of a ruptured spleen: If you have a weakened immune system, you are more likely to have severe mononucleosis.
To see if recreational drug use might play a role, Doctor Victoria Cortessis, at the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California looked at the history of recreational drug use in 163 young men diagnosed with testicular cancer and compared it with that of 292 healthy men of the same age and ethnicity.
The following week, I had the first surgery of my life.