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Tempeh “Testicles” by Making Love In The Kitchen Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 17 Nov 2009 3:22pm Don’t those sound just yummy! Giggling or offended? See, if you have been reading this blog for a while, you know that I take great offense when food is surrounded by quotes. Like dairy and pasta free ‘Mac and Cheese’ or meatless “Chicken” stir fry. So when I came up with this recipe, I was not about to call them “Meat” Balls. They are ... Read on »
The Left Testicle Would Have Been Right by Linda MacDonald Glenn Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:26pm 2 Comments NOT JUST FOR WOMEN Most patients are nervous before undergoing a surgical procedure, however routine. High anxiety and the fear of unexpected outcomes are often more burdensome than the actual recovery process. Though our imaginations cause us to anticipate the worst-possible-scenario, rare medical errors can sometimes transform these wo ... Read on »
Testicle Self-Examination by The Pure Bed Posted Tue 31 Mar 2009 12:00am A typical man highly regards his penis and is protective of it.  Maybe that’s why he’s grabbing it, repositioning it and playing with it all the time!  Like it’s a puppy that he keeps in his pants…or something!   Anyway… He must take care to pay more than just superficial attention to his revered member.  The American Cancer Society recomme ... Read on »
Spectacles, testicles, wallet and watch by Funny Old Life Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 24 Mar 2010 3:18pm In the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. And Audie said, Let There Be Sound. It’s switch-on day for my new bionic ear. I can’t say I’ve been looking forward to it as I didn’t know what to expect. You have to roll with the curveball that you’ve been thrown. Everyone is different and so there are a wide range of experiences from hearin ... Read on »
He can get it with a scalpel to his testicles by Jennifer Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 11:05am I'm in the 2nd trimester or just about there, depending on what kind of math you use. The baby still has a heartbeat, so apparently we're gonna have a baby in January. Still kind of surprised by that. We've told everyone about the pregnancy and they all managed to not say anything offensive. I'm very much surprised by that as well. My ... Read on »
In males, chlamydia could propagate towards testicles plus prostate by winter1101 Posted Tue 19 Nov 2013 3:57pm Here are some ideas meant for stopping chlamydia symptoms in women. Most women must also stay away from douching mainly because it lowers the sum of beneficial microbes while in the vagina and will improve the overall potential for infections. In case chlamydia stays un-repaired, it could actually pass on to be able to elements of your body ... Read on »
lump on testicle by simplyforgiven Posted Sun 22 Mar 2009 7:11am My husband has what appears to be a hard mass on his left testicle.  We recently got a sperm analysis back from the doctor showing he is not releasing any sperm.  This mass seems to come and go and sometimes causes a dull ache in this groin and lower abdomen.  It has been known to cause sharp pain which he has gone to the hospital for.  When he goe ... Read on »
Testicles: Take’em or Leave’em? by Kairol Rosenthal Patient Expert Posted Fri 11 Dec 2009 12:55pm If a guy I was sexually active with were missing a ball it would take me a while to figure it out.  Seriously.  For me, they’re not the main attraction down there nor do they have a gigantic space in between like breasts, which allow you to focus so specifically on the left or right. If both balls were missing it would be much more appare ... Read on »
Black testicles by Funny Old Life Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 30 Oct 2008 6:01pm Being deaf, it’s not easy making sure you have understood other people correctly. This can lead to all sorts of misunderstandings, and some of them can be quite funny. You certainly need a sense of humour to survive on the deaf planet! I wonder what it’s like to manage a hearing loss in different careers. Which one would be the hardest career ... Read on »
Seven Testicle Tuesday: A Goats in Suburbia Update by Dr. Patty Khuly Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Posted Fri 28 May 2010 5:30am Here’s how my day tends to go now that I’ve got baby goats: When the barest titch of light is in the sky my brain says it’s time to wake up. A pair of shorts and a tank top later, I’m making my way outside in the muddied Merrell flip-flops I reserve for my mornings. It's around this time I get treated to the first word I hear every day: "Nyaaaaaa ... Read on »