Dating someone with one testicle
I'm a 26 year old man who lost a testicle when i was 14 years of age due to infection, i can't help but feel that it's ruining my life in one way or another.I got my testosterone levels checked out and whilst they were in the normal range I'd say it was pretty low for my age.I went over to his downtown apartment one evening after work and of course, we got to chatting about what it had been like living with cancer and now possessing half the number of nuts God gave him.And then he mentioned that he wasn't 100% sure that it "still worked."Of course it still works, I told him, surely reminding him again of Mack Daddy Armstrong.If not then he shouldn't worry if he gets an understanding wife. @op If he sabi fawck and it no affect child bearing, den hell to da muda fawckin yeah! But since you are so interested in my answer,here you go..i can't marry a guy with one testicle (not for anything in the world) and would definitely be freaked out if i see one Hahahahahahahaha..dats more like it! ..am so sorry to say that ur opinion doesn't rily count anymore because yu jus proved to be immature. FYI..nt supposed to be making contributions with matured adults..go to the 'kids' section wer ur opinion rily matters...thanks Sections: politics (1) business autos (1) jobs (1) career education (1) romance computers phones travel sports fashion health religion celebs tv-movies music-radio literature webmasters programming techmarket Links: (0) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) Nairaland - Copyright © 2005 - 2017 Oluwaseun Osewa. The only prob now is that he is exposed to public but I believe once he goes private he can deal with it.
This is all ruining my confidence and any chance of a love life, please help.
He was as slyly sarcastic as I'd remembered from high school. (Without insurance, the patches cost 0 a month.) Twenty new pharmacies that don't carry the drug and won't order it.
Every 30 days, we meet a new wrinkle in the process to getting the testosterone prescription filled.
A recent Jezebel post about "One Ball Wonders" like Lance Armstrong and Tom Green made me remember a story: About two years ago, when I was working as a factchecker at magazine, one of my oldest friends from back home IMed me to share some terrible news.
Honestly, it's difficult to find the right words to say in this situation.