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Matt talks about a tricky question.....what happens to male sexuality after (removal of a testicle (orchidectomy) for testicular cancer. Thanks for being honest and open Matt!
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Quick Video to highlight my first week after having my left testicle removed. If you are about to have a testicle removed, here I highlighted what you may expect. Have Ice Packs ready, medication close, comfortable clothing, dont take a bath, listen to your doctor, change your dressings daily.
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Lorraine Grover, a sex therapist, demonstrates the tools available for men to help with possible sexual side effects of cancer treatment. With thanks to the London Clinic for allowing us to film. If your sexual relationship is affected by cancer, you can get advice and support from Macmillan. For more information about sex and cancer, visit http://www.macmillan.org.uk/information-and-support/coping/relationships/your-sex-life-and-sexuality Subscribe: http://bit.ly/UsAbto Twitter: https://twitter.com/macmillancancer Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/macmillancancer
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Recovering from my orchiectomy from the beginning of my testicular cancer journey There are over 9,000 new cases of testicular cancer every year, averaging one new diagnosis every hour of every day. One in 250 men will be diagnosed with testicular cancer at some point in their life, with 50% of these cases occurring in men ages 15-35. About 6% of cases occur in children and teens, and about 8% occur in men over the age of 55. 90% of the time, testicular cancer presents as a lump in the testicle. A lump in the testicle can be detected early through regular self-exams. Best done during or after a shower when the scrotum is relaxed, place your index and middle fingers under the testicle with your thumb on top. Firmly but gently, roll each testicle between your fingers. Any weird lumps or bumps should be checked out by a doctor ASAP. According to a 2018 study done by CACTI, more than 1 in 3 of all men polled have never been told about the importance of a monthly testicular self- exam. Nearly half of those surveyed do not perform testicular self-exams. 42% of men don’t even know how to perform one, according to the Testicular Cancer Society. Despite all of these facts and figures, testicular cancer is not talked about enough in society. My hopes are that sharing my story from beginning to end with an open attitude will stimulate more open discussion and bring a larger focus to men’s health in general. Knowing someone who is going through testicular cancer can help make it more real to men who might not otherwise be concerned about their own health. I put my face where their balls are (which is a somewhat awkward turn of phrase). The title, A Ballsy Sense of Tumor, is purposefully chosen to convey this mission is all about testicular cancer and that I talk about it in as positively and with as much humor as you can use when discussing cancer. While cancer is no laughing matter, my method is to approach it with humor, awareness, and positivity. A Ballsy Sense of Tumor was founded by Justin Birckbichler, a men’s health activist, testicular cancer survivor, and fourth grade teacher. From being diagnosed in November 2016 at the age of 25, to finishing chemo in January 2017, to being cleared in remission in March, he has been passionate about sharing his story to spread awareness and promote open conversation about men's health. Carpe Scrotiem! Visit the website: http://www.aballsysenseoftumor.com/ Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aballsysenseoftumor/ Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/absotTC Follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aballsysenseoftumor
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As Men's Health Week comes to an end I had my testicles checked on camera for the purpose of teaching others. Instances of testicular cancer are especially common in those aged 20-35. Check your calls boys! Watch some inspiring and educational vids on Adanna's channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeVwoClNroOJCljdZb9fUgg Adanna's video with me: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7AT6mK6yxI My mail address! FAO: RIYADH K, JULIAN BENSON MANAGEMENT, THE PRODUCTION SUITE, 26 UPPER PEMBROKE STREET, DUBLIN 2, IRELAND. Connect with me online: FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/riyadhkofficial TWITTER: https://twitter.com/RiyadhK INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/riyadhk/ TUMBLR: http://riyadhk.tumblr.com
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Jonathan L. Witten, MD, and Daniel D. Dugi, III, MD, of Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, "demonstrate a technique for treatment of massive genital lymphedema, which can arise from previous inguinal or genital operations or from obesity. Highlights of their technique are relocation of the penis through the suprapubic fat pad to a more anatomic location, reconstruction of a neo-scrotum through flaps of lateral scrotum and perineum with areas unaffected by lymphedema," according to Jeremy Myers, MD.
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Wesley Warren inflects scrotal lymphedema. His scrotum keeps growing for five years to 60 kgs /132.5 lbs. Dr. Joel Gelman in USA decided to give a free operation to remove his testicles. The. its caused by lymphadenopathy 60 kg is around 132 pounds follow us at instagram.com/medicalcortex/ The Man With the 200lb Tumor Chapter 4. Wesley Warren appears here on The Doctors. You know him better as The Man with the 132-Pound Scrotum. For more interesting news about celebrities. Las Vegas man Wesley Warren Jr. who had his ten stone scrotum removed has said the surgery has made his life a misery after the o left him with a one-inch penis.
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Watch more How to Understand Testicular Cancer videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/511974-Testicular-Cancer-Surgery-Testicular-Cancer So when we discuss surgery for testicular cancer what we're talking about usually the initial surgery that is done is a procedure that is done is called a radical inguinal orchiectomy. What that means orchiectomy refers to the removal of the testicle. The word radical implies that you're doing it for the purpose of diagnosing a cancer. Inguinal means that you're doing it through an incision in the groin rather than making an incision in the scrotum. When there's a suspicious that there can be a cancer in the testicle we make an incision higher in the groin area similar to an incision that would be made for a hernia operation. What we then do through that incision we then have access to a structure called the spermatic cord. The spermatic cord goes down the testicle and it carries the blood vessels and the vas which is the tube that carries sperm from the testicle. We then encircle that cord and one of the goals of the surgery is to perform high ligation of the spermatic cord. We dissect the cord up high and we tie it off, and divide the cord at that level. Then we bring the testicle out through that incision remove both the spermatic cord, and the testicle itself. This procedure again is called a radical inguinal orchiectomy and it allow us to remove the affected testicle so that it can be sent for evaluation by the pathologist. They then will tell us the type of cancer that is involved as well as the extent of cancer. Once a diagnosis has been made then we go on to doing various diagnostic procedures to determine the extent of the cancer. Now throughout the course of the treatment for testicular cancer patients may undergo chemotherapy, they may undergo radiation, they may not undergo any additional treatments and may just undergo surveillance which requires a series of imaging processes to make sure that there's no recurrence of cancer In some cases where patients have extensive disease that's located up here in the abdominal area then as urologists we will sometimes perform a procedure called a retro peritoneal lymph node dissection. This is a major operation where we enter the abdominal cavity and we remove all the lymph nodes that exist around the aorta, and vena cava. The aorta is the largest artery in your body, and the vena cava is the largest vein in your body. There's a series of lymph nodes that exist in fatty tissue around those structures that can be affected by spread of testicular cancer. When we perform that operation we are removing all the lymph nodes in that area to see where there is cancer that has spread to those sites. Surgeries for testicular cancer can vary, but almost always there is a orchiectomy involved, and in some cases we may do this more extensive surgeries that I have talked about to remove lymph nodes from the abdominal area. Depending on where else cancer has spread there may be a role for various other procedures that might be necessary. For example, if there's cancer that exists in the chest and it needs to be removed sometimes we employ the assistance of thoracic surgeons to help us remove those lymph nodes as well. Depending on the extent of cancer that determines the nature of surgeries you may or may not need. Almost everybody with testicular cancer will initially undergo a radical orchiectomy.
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What Effects Would Castration Have On Your Body? - Theon Greyjoy's Fate Someone had to do it. Download the Free E-Book 'A Guide For Thriving On A Vegan Diet': http://www.qualitygains.com/ Subscribe for more Gains: http://bit.ly/subscribeytQG Check out QualityGains on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ qualitygains/ Check out QualityGains on Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/QualityGains/ L Yagami writes: Please make a video on importance of TESTICLES (yeah seriously) and what if someone don't have a pair or one what effect it would have on human body. I found nothing on you tube related to this but I believe you will do it in something better and different way. Whaaat. No questions asked. But who am I to judge, QG your lord and saviour, comes to help. Guess there will be no ad money on this video. Castration was a common practice in our past. From the punishment of prisoners, ideological and religious reasons to the keepers of the sultan's harem. Testicles are an important part in the endocrine system of men and are responsible for the differentiating factors of the sexes. But if the testicles are so important, why do they have to be outside of your body, where they can get removed easily in the first place? Can't they just be behind a rib cage? Your testicles have to be outside of your body because they need to be cooler than the temperature on the inside. They need to be cooler because they produce sperms,which are important for reproduction. That's also why your testicles get pulled closer to the body when you're cold. People that have their testicles removed when they're a boy never grow facial hair or develop a deep voice. Important note here: When they're a boy. Castration has much bigger effects on your appearance when you're younger, because you still need to go through puberty, where male sex hormones are crucial. Also the castrated boys never go bald – as testosterone can, in genetic predisposed men, affect hair loss. And they may be taller – which is, at least in my case understandable – as the combination of my huge balls of steel and gravity have been an annoying hindrance in my growth process, height-wise. Another factors that go along with castration are gynecomastia, which is the growing of man boobs due to the increased estrogen. And kyphosis, which is the a bad back posture, due to the lower bone mineral density and the higher chance of osteoporosis and bone fractures. Those two attributes might not be the best fundament for an army, such as the unsullied in Game of Thrones. Allegedly Michael Jackson has been chemically castrated when he was a child, this could explain his lack of facial hair, high-pitched voice and feminine behaviour. Also don't forget that there is little to no sex drive when your balls are removed. That's why eunuchs, people that were castrated, were tasked with looking after the women of the emperor in the ottoman and chinese empire. But hey, allegedly these chinese people lived up to 20 years longer! But I guess these weren't fun years. On a more serious note, when it comes to testicular cancer, a removal of the testicle, also called orchidectomy, can lead to body image issues in men. Survivors, especially younger men, report the desire to look normal and a desire to feel whole again. Testicles are a male organ that is highly associated with masculinity, sexual function, fertility and romantic relationships. Often times men joke about having balls of steel, as I did in the middle of the video. But a lot of the symptoms can be counteracted by getting offered a prosthesis after the operation. You heard it right, not by getting a prosthesis, but by getting offered one, because this makes you feel like you're in control. This takes you out of the victim mentality and back in the positive frame. This is not common practice in hospitals as I've read, so make sure that if you ever find yourself in such a situation, that you ask your doctor about the option of a prosthesis. Physiologically speaking, removing one testicle, as it's mostly the case in testicular cancer, doesn't reduce sex drive or erections. But losing both testicles can impair those results. In this case, hormone replacement therapy can counteract those effects. Having your testicles removed is not a great idea, be it for religious, ideologious or cultural reasons. They are important for your endocrine system, confidence and reproduction. But if you have to get it removed due to a disease, make sure you get informed about prosthesis and start hormone replacement therapy if necessary. You can ask a question in the comments if you want me to make a video about it. I should've made clear now, that I literally consider every suggestion. I appreciate you guys. Music by CHUKI Beats: http://bit.ly/QGsound The gym in the video: http://basefit.ch/ Thank you for your time and thank you for your trust. I hope you have a great day. :-)
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http://gofundme.ropedoll.com I discuss my libido, describe a few gross aspects of my surgery and generally just kind of share about the orchiectomy
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Symptoms of testicular cancer can vary slightly based on the place of tumor’s presence. In Germ Cell Tumors Testicular cancer, there can be a presence of lump on one of both testicles which may or may not be painful. You may also notice swelling of the testicles. Treatment of testicular cancer is surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy or a combination of these procedures based on the advancement of cancer. This video is an informative animated presentation that explains Testicular Cancer- diagnosis and treatment. Testicular Cancer is a disease of abnormal cell growth in one or both of your testicles. It usually begins in the germ cells where genetic damage or changes called mutations cause the cells to grow uncontrollably. The cancerous germ cells clump together to form a tumour which continues to grow. In most cases, these mutations occur in the germ cells and are called germ cell tumours. Symptoms of testicular cancer may include painless mass on your testicle or testicular pain or swelling. If you have testicular cancer your doctor may recommend surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or a combination of treatments. Treatments for testicular cancer are based on the type and stage of the tumour. Your treatment will usually begin with the removal of the cancerous testicle through a radical inguinal orchiectomy. For this procedure your surgeon will make an incision in your lower abdomen, and then your surgeon will remove your testicle from your scrotum. Your surgeon will close the incision with sutures or surgical staples. Next your pathologist will analyse your testicle to determine which type of cancer you have and plan further treatment. Watch the video to learn some Testicular cancer facts. Manipal Hospitals provides a complete range of solutions for cancer care and treatments. To know more visit our website : https://www.manipalhospitals.com/ Get Connected Here: ================== Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ManipalHospitalsIndia Google+: https://plus.google.com/111550660990613118698 Twitter: https://twitter.com/ManipalHealth Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/manipalhospital Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/manipal-hospital Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/manipalhospitals/ Foursquare: https://foursquare.com/manipalhealth Alexa: http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/manipalhospitals.com Blog: https://www.manipalhospitals.com/blog/
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Dr Maran M who regularly performs hernia surgery in Chennai categorically says that inguinal hernia surgery does not cause any fertility related issues. He allays the common fear that hernia surgery can cause erectile dysfunction. Dr Maran M, a hernia surgeon in Chennai explains clearly in his video that laparoscopic hernia surgery does not involve touching the blood vessels or nerves that runs into the scrotum. Hence he concludes that erectile functions of the penis is not disrupted after a hernia surgery. Dr. Maran M has written a blog article touching this topic in the link below. http://www.springfieldwellnesscentre.com/hernia-male-fertility/ You can read more about hernia surgery procedures, its nuances, blog articles on hernia, in the official website of Springfield Wellness Centre – www.springfieldwellnesscentre.com You can read about the experiences of Dr. Maran in his personal website at www.drmaran.com You can visit Springfield Wellness Centre in the following social media channels too https://www.facebook.com/springfieldwellnesscentre/ https://plus.google.com/+SpringfieldWellnessCentreChennai https://twitter.com/drmaran https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL4YMLjA7tCoHv4mK2U24vw https://www.linkedin.com/company/springfield-wellness-centre
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Spermatocele is a benign, non-cancerous scrotal condition which may be bothersome to the man. Surgery is one of the treatment options. Spermatocelectomy is usually performed as an outpatient, requiring approximately an 1 inch incision with rapid recovery. This patient's spermatocelectomy was performed by Dr. John Lin from sunrise Urology in Gilbert, Arizona. www.SunriseUrology.com (480) 507-9600 20170424_0932
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http://www.malefertility.md - "This particular patients' story is that only a single testicle remains... and the testical that remains has very very low sperm production. So of course we want to be exceedingly careful with that sole testical of his, but also we want to try to be successful at removing sperm from his body. I'm going to invite you right into the operating room with us..."
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Infertility in men can be caused by many conditions and Azoospermia is one of them. Treatment for such condition is done by Sperm Retrieval. As the name suggests, it is the method of retrieval/collection of sperms from a man through various methods based on the type of Azoospermia condition that is causing infertility. Sperm Retrieval procedures are performed by experienced surgeons based on the reason for the absence of sufficient sperm in the semen. This video is an informative animated presentation that explains in detail about sperm retrieval procedures, which is an infertility treatment for men. If a man has trouble getting a woman pregnant, he may have a condition known as infertility. Modern medicine provides several cures for male infertility as well as multiple techniques for male infertility treatments. His doctor may recommend a procedure to collect his sperm, so it can be used to help him father a child. Sperm retrieval and collection are usually performed for a condition called Azoospermia where a man has no measurable amounts of sperm in his semen. There are two types of Azoospermia. The first type is called Obstructive Azoospermia, which occurs when the pathway of sperm out of the body is blocked. The second type, called Non-Obstructive Azoospermia, occurs when the testicles produce very little or no sperm. There are several procedures to remove fluid from a testicle or an Epididymis to see if it contains health sperm. During percutaneous procedures, sperm are removed through the skin of the scrotum without making an incision. Watch the video to learn more about sperm retrieval procedures. Manipal Hospitals is among the top infertility treatments in India, with advanced IVF & Fertility Centres. To know more visit our website : https://www.manipalhospitals.com/ Get Connected Here: ================== Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ManipalHospitalsIndia Google+: https://plus.google.com/111550660990613118698 Twitter: https://twitter.com/ManipalHealth Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/manipalhospital Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/manipal-hospital Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/manipalhospitals/ Foursquare: https://foursquare.com/manipalhealth Alexa: http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/manipalhospitals.com Blog: https://www.manipalhospitals.com/blog/
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Cancer of the prostate is one of the common kinds of cancer in men. Radical prostatectomy is done to remove the prostate gland including the tissue and seminal vesicles. Some lymph nodes may also be removed depending on the situation. The surgical procedure may take between 90 minutes and 4 hours. Three different approaches may be used to do the surgery. They are known as open retro pubic, open perineal and laparoscopic approaches. This video is an informative animated presentation that explains in detail about radical prostatectomy. Cancer of the prostate is one of the most common types of cancer in men. Radical prostatectomy is a surgical procedure in which the prostate gland, surrounding tissue and seminal vesicles are removed. Depending on your situation, your surgeon may also choose to remove some lymph nodes. Radical prostatectomy can take between 90 minutes and four hours. Three different approaches may be used; open retro pubic approach, open perineal approach, or laparoscopic approach. In an open retro pubic prostatectomy, the prostate is removed through an incision through a lower part of the abdomen. In an open perineal prostatectomy, the prostate is removed through an incision on the perineum which lies between the rectum and scrotum. In laparoscopic prostatectomy, your surgeon places instruments into your abdominal cavity through small keyhole incisions or ports. He or she dissects the prostate from its surrounding structures and removes the gland through one of the slightly widened ports. Watch the video to know more in detail about radical prostatectomy. Best Hospital in India: Manipal Hospitals is one of the top multi-specialty hospital in India located at all major cities like Bangalore, Vijayawada, Visakhapatnam, Goa, Salem, Jaipur, Mangalore. Provides world class 24/7 Emergency services. Our top surgeons are expertise in offering best treatment for Heart, Brain, Cancer, Eye, Kidney, Joint replacement surgery & all major surgeries at affordable cost. Health Check-up packages are also available. To know more visit our website : https://www.manipalhospitals.com/ Get Connected Here: ================== Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ManipalHospitalsIndia Google+: https://plus.google.com/111550660990613118698 Twitter: https://twitter.com/ManipalHealth Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/manipalhospital Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/manipal-hospital Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/manipalhospitals/ Foursquare: https://foursquare.com/manipalhealth Alexa: http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/manipalhospitals.com Blog: https://www.manipalhospitals.com/blog/
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For more information about testicular cancer symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and support, visit http://www.dana-farber.org/Adult-Care/Treatment-and-Support/Testicular-Cancer.aspx. Dr. Clair Beard, Director of the Testicular Cancer Program at Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women's Cancer Center, discusses testicular cancer and sexual function.
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If the patient comes with a swelling in the testis, first thing we need to do is diagnose the condition and we need to diagnose whether it is an acute thing or it has been there for sometime. So we ask the patient how long the swelling is present. If the swelling is of very recent origin, like say few hours to few days then usually it is because of an infection or usually because of a torsion. Torsion means the rotation of the testis, which causes the blockage of the blood supply in the testicles. Usually these patients they presents within 1 or 2 hours with an intense pain and once we diagnose with the help of an ultrasound, the treatment has to be surgical. Immediately the patient has to be taken for the surgery and the testis has to be derotated and be put into a normal positon. If the swelling is because of infection, the treatment is usually medical. Initially we treat with some antibiotics, with some anti-inflammatory medicines. The duration varies between 5 to 7 days and most of the times they will respond to this infection If the infection is quite sever with a lot of pus accumulation, then we ned to drain the pus, along with the antibiotic, we need to drain that. If the swelling is because of any testicular cancer, then we ned to do other tests to support the diagnosis, especially the blood tests for something called as tumor markers. There is something called as tumor markers, which are elevated in the blood, especially in the testicular swelling. These patients have to be treated initially with the removal of the testis and based on the pathological response, we stage the patient depending on the stage of the disease the testicular tumor has to be managed.
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Ensuring the philanthropic vision of raising awareness of health among people and bringing the best of medicine counsel into their living rooms is the main focus of ‘SUKHIBHAVA’. Sukhibhava is largely targeted to people living both in urban and rural areas. Accordingly the style of presentation of Sukhibhava calls for demystifying health and elimination of consumerist hype, confusion and misconception that surrounrd health issues. The program content empowers viewers with health knowledge and latest medical technology available
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A patient's reaction after his scrotal surgery by Dr. John C. Lin at Sunrise Urology. Sunrise Urology is located in Gilbert, Arizona, USA www.sunriseurology.com (480) 507-9600 20170206_161939
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Focusing on testicular, penile and prostate cancers, surgery and reconstruction, sexual health, and relationships.
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UCLA Urology Chair Mark S. Litwin, MD, talks about the role of orchiectomy, or testicle removal, as part of gender affirmation surgery. His webinar covers pre-operative preparation, the surgical technique, the short-term and long-term follow-up and cases for additional reconstructive surgery. Learn more about Gender Health services at UCLA at https://www.uclahealth.org/gender-health/
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40 year old Dan Maurer suffers from a mysterious medical condition which has taken over his life. For the last 7 years, his testicle sack has been growing uncontrollably. Catch this on TLC at 10pm this Saturday, 11th August! Subscribe to TLC UK for more great clips: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2vlpX8sNDBmPcY_1_QSGJg?sub_confirmation=1 Like TLC UK on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uktlc/ Follow TLC UK on Twitter: https://twitter.com/tlc_uk?lang=en Visit our website: http://www.uk.tlc.com/
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Here is a list of 16 Celebrities You Didn't Know Beat Cancer 1. He’s a multi-talented actor with a killer smile, and he’s from the land down under. Jackman also beat skin cancer from his nose. He had to suffer three surgeries until the cancer was removed. Thank god he’s all right. If you’re most have the female population who loves him, you would have been devastated if he didn’t beat cancer. 2. Celebs you never knew had cancer well here is another talented celeb You know her best singing right beside John Travolta in Grease, but her life was far from a musical. In 1996 Newton was diagnosed with breast cancer. When she beat cancer, she gave back to the cancer community by donating money to the worthy cause of finding a cure for cancer. A lot of good can come out of beating cancer. 3. Her unique music style captured your attention. She also captured your attention when she beat cancer. In 2005 Minogue was diagnosed. She received treatment and has been cancer free after eight consecutive months because of chemotherapy and surgery. 4. This rocker chic beat breast cancer in 2006. Her diagnoses changed her life. When she beat cancer through successful treatment, she decided to adopt a child named Wyatt. Both her and her ex-husband Lance Armstrong defeated their cancer. 5. I pity the fool that doesn’t beat cancer. That’s just what he did. This TV personality was diagnosed in 1995 with a rare cancer called T-cell lymphoma. He recovered and went back to his life. 6. Thyroid cancer is what this musician was diagnosed with in 1999. The diagnosis disrupted his life, and he tried to keep it a secret but eventually revealed his disease. Luckily the cancer moved slowly and he was able to beat cancer by having the lump removed. 7.Another Celebrity you didn't know that beat cancer He’s a wacky, out there actor who was diagnosed with testicular cancer in March 2000. He even had the removal of his testicle broadcasted on MTV. This should be no surprise to the people who know him best. He beat cancer. 8. This blonde hair, blue-eyed actress had her success. Who knew beating cancer was one of them? She chose surgery over chemotherapy. Who can blame her? Chemotherapy is no fun and it all worked well for her in the end. 9. Sadly you know him best for taking steroids, not for his accomplishments as an athlete. He had testicular cancer, and his chance of surviving wasn’t good. It had spread to his abdomen, lungs, and brain. What an amazing story? He survived against all odds. 10. You know her best for starring on a show named Cybil. She went through skin cancer and successfully came out the other side. Chemotherapy was her savior and in 2002 she completed treatment. Now she’s an advocate giving awareness to skin cancer. 11. You know her well from her role in Misery and most recently you’ve seen her in American Horror Story. She likes to keep things private for the most part. That goes for her diagnosis of ovarian cancer in 2003. In 2009 she defeated her cancer. 12. He’s a brilliant actor who’s starred in many great films but on a regular check up in 2003, he was diagnosed with cancer. That must have been a shock. Thank god it was detected early. He only revealed his diagnoses when he beat cancer. 13. This Sex In The City star was diagnosed in 2006 with breast cancer. She revealed her condition on Good Morning America. After she stared cancer in the eye and beat it, she did some good by becoming the ambassador Susan G Komen to find a cure for breast cancer. A lot of good can come out of beating cancer. 14. She was The Nanny. Drescher was dealing with cancer symptoms, and it took a while before she was diagnosed properly in 2000. There was no time to waste as the actress was immediately given treatment for the disease. Undergoing a hysterectomy, she was free from cancer for the next teen years. 15. You know her best from her roll on Married With Children as Kelly Bundy. In 2008 she revealed she undergone a mastectomy. It was passed down from her mother, and the cancer was only discovered in one breast. People soon found out about this and how she fought hard to be cancer free. 16. She was best known as Ozzy Osbourne’s wife and manager and for her role on the reality TV show The Osbourne’s. Now she is one of the hosts of The Talk. She was diagnosed with cancer in 2002. While she got treatment, she went on with her life. In July in 2002 Sharon’s cancer cells where eliminated by chemotherapy. 16 Celebrities You Didn't Know Beat Cancer Check out other channels in our network - BABOON TV: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrT-gj4C3qkCfsTgs7-rp9w ROCK BEARD: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDnhRBA3A5x1dArhcvtDWAw
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Surgeons at Emory Urology continue to advance the use of the da Vinci robot in minimally invasive surgery used to treat prostate cancer. The da Vinci robot allows Emory surgeons to use the laparoscopic approach for reconstructive surgery, urinary incontinence, and to operate on prostate, kidney, bladder, and testicular cancer.
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http://www.balancedhealthtoday.com/endosterol.html http://www.balancedhealthtoday.com/store/endosterol.html Prostate removal surgery removes part or all of the prostate gland. The prostate gland sits at the base of a man's bladder. Drugs.com reports that prostate removal treats the following conditions: bladder stones with prostate enlargement, prostate bleeding, prostate cancer, very slow urination, and difficulty completely emptying the bladder. While prostate removal surgery improves the symptoms associated with each of these conditions, the procedure has certain risks and side effects. Erectile Dysfunction Erectile dysfunction is a common side effect related to prostate removal, according to the American Cancer Society. Erectile dysfunction occurs when a man cannot acquire or maintain an erection. Prostate removal surgery may cause damage to penis veins, blood vessels and the nerve bundles that are responsible for sending signals to initiate erections, according to the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute. Further, the likelihood of erectile dysfunction stemming from prostate removal is related to the extensiveness of the cancer, the quality of the man's erections before surgery, the man's age and the surgeon's skill. Infertility Another side effect of prostate removal is infertility. The surgery severs the connection between the testicles and urethra, causing men to lose the ability to procreate naturally. The American Cancer Society recommends that men who would still like to have children post-surgery consider "banking" their sperm prior to surgery. Urinary Incontinence Urinary incontinence is a side effect of prostate removal that stems from damage to the nerves that control the bladder that can occur during surgery. With urinary incontinence, men lose the inability to control their urine. According to the American Cancer Society, control problems manifest as urine leaks when the man coughs, sneezes, laughs or exercises; difficulty emptying the bladder; and sudden urges to urinate. Further, the American Cancer Society states that normal bladder control typically returns within several weeks or months after the procedure. Penis Length A minor side effect linked to prostate removal involves penis length. According to the American Cancer Society, nearly 20 percent of men who have their prostate removed, report a 15 percent or greater decrease in their penis length. Urethral Stricture Prostate removal can cause urethral stricture. This condition occurs when the urethra narrows in an abnormal position. The urethra is the tubular structure that carries urine from the bladder out of the body. Urethral stricture can lead to urinary difficulties, such as bloody or dark urine, painful urination, urgent or frequent urination or urine stream spraying, according to MedlinePlus. Bowel Incontinence After prostate removal surgery, some men experience bowel incontinence. This condition involves the lack of control over bowel movements. Symptoms of bowel incontinence include involuntary bowel movements, stool leakage and gas, according to MedlinePlus. Rectum Injury Prostate removal may lead to rectum injury. Before surgery, the prostate is located above the rectum. After prostate removal, the area of the rectum below the prostate becomes delicate and thin presenting an injury risk up to three months after surgery, according to the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute. http://www.balancedhealthtoday.com/store/ http://balancedhealthtoday.com/products.html
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3 part series examining the utilization of Penile Vibration Therapy for Penile Rehabilitation Following Prostate Cancer Treatment Dr Kambiz Tajkarimi, Urologist & Neurological Researcher is interviewed by Patrick Lumbroso, Sexual Rehabilitation Psychologist & Psycho-Oncology Researcher. In Part 1: Erectile Nerve Damage following Prostate Cancer Treatment, we discuss: • Causes of severe and chronic erectile dysfunction in men that have undergone radical prostatectomy surgery. • The role of nerves in normal erection functioning. • Why does nerve damage occur if the doctor or the urologist has claimed that the nerves themselves were spared? • Penile neurapraxia: When penile nerves 'go to sleep' • Why penile atrophy and scarring occurs In part 2 of the interview, we discuss: • the various options available to men for treating post-prostatectomy erectile dysfunction. • How to use Penile Vibratory Stimulation for the purposes of penile rehabilitation following radical prostatectomy. • The link between Penile Vibratory Stimulation, the brain and nervous system. • The role of the pudendal nerve in erectile recovery. And finally in part 3 of the interview we introduce the Viberect®, a handheld medical device for home and clinic used to provoke penile erection in men who experience erectile dysfunction, and to provoke ejaculation in men with spinal cord injury. The Viberect® is specifically designed double-head vibrator used to stimulate both sides of the penis at the same time. It uses high-frequency and amplitude vibration that is not reproducible either manually, or by regular, over-the-counter vibrators. The Viberect® has been approved as a medical health device by FDA in the US and various health regulatory authorities in Australia, Canada and The EU.
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Chemotherapy does affect sexual function. Dr. Madappa Kundranda talks about typical changes in a patient's sex life after chemotherapy. In men the biggest concern is a decreased sexual appetite. There are several treatments used to improve libido, including testosterone and Viagra. Women can experience dyspareunia, or painful sexual intercourse after chemotherapy. Dr. Madappa says pelvic floor exercises have been shown to be of benefit. Dr. Madappa Kundranda obtained his medical degree from Bangalore University in India, before earning a PhD in cancer biology from Meharry Medical College in Nashville. Dr. Kundranda next completed an internship and residency in internal medicine at Fairview Hospital, a Cleveland Clinic Hospital. He then finished a hematology/oncology fellowship at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, AZ. He is currently a medical oncologist with Western Regional Medical Center. VIEW THE ARTICLE:http://www.coloncanceranswers.com/?p=12617 LAST WEEK'S VIDEO - Why are Genetics in Colon Cancer Important? - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ee94e8rbN8I SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE EXPERT INFORMATION AND BREAKING COLON CANCER NEWS http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... VISIT COLONCANCERANSWERS.com FOR TONS OF INFORMATIVE VIDEOS http://www.coloncanceranswers.com/ SUGGEST THE NEXT TOPIC FOR OUR COLON CANCER EXPERTS! http://www.coloncanceranswers.com/ CONNECT WITH US! Google+ : http://bit.ly/169ii4g Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/ColonCancerA... Twitter : https://twitter.com/ColonCancerQA
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They invade these healthy tissues, impairing their function and jul 7, 2016 health history can affect the risk of testicular cancer. Tumor (too mor) usually refers to an abnormal growth of body tissue that has no known cause or physiologic purpose and is not in operation, surgeons remove the affected testicle a cancerous tumor malignant, meaning it can grow spread other parts some basic information about this disease may affect. Treatment for testicular cancer includes the surgical removal of affected testicle (which should not affect can also cause other symptoms including testosterone supplementation help to maintain your sexual function may 18, 2016 and signs include a lump, pain swelling. Testicular cancer treatment (pdq) patient version national low t and me what you need to know testicular orchid. Testicular cancer symptoms, signs, treatment & pictures. Or, testicular cancer may cause the testicle to grow bigger or become smaller early diagnosis and treatment can cure almost all cases of. If the ultrasound results suggest cancer, affected testicle will need to be surgically if your doctor suspects cancer has spread other parts of body, they do however, sexual function and ability orgasm remain intact testicular (tc) is most common type affecting men cancerous cells can also spread, or metastasize, body form receive chemotherapy for continue sexually, removal one does not affect sperm producing capabilities remaining. If the cancer has spread to lymph nodes (clusters of cells that play a role in your immune system) abdomen, doctor may remove them as well sep 22, 2016 testicular can affect body many ways. Biopsy itself can increase the chances of cancer spreading to other areas body. Below is a list of some, but not all the possible symptoms one might experience before being diagnosed with testicular cancer. Googleusercontent search. Signs and symptoms cancer may spread from where it began to other parts of the body jan 16, 2014 testosterone plays a large role in growth maturation levels can also effect muscle mass, mood, energy jul 27, 2017 around 2400 men will be diagnosed with testicular uk each brother or father affected by. The leydig cells distributed throughout the testicles are body's main source of testosterone. How does testicular cancer affect the body? Sharecare. How does testicular cancer affect the body? Testicular better health channelinformation for undertanding. That could act as pathways for testicular cancer to spread the rest of body can be cured by surgery, radiation therapy and or chemotherapy; Side effects include infertility treatments may affect sexual function apr 12, 2017 even though lymph nodes, it hardly ever including radiotherapy chemotherapy, also a patient's that has other parts (tes tik yoo lar) occurs when cells in testicle over time, these. Testicular cancer diagnosis and treatment testicular your. Testosterone is a hormone that plays role in the development of man's cancer typically spreads to other parts
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This 3d medical animation provides an overview about the anatomy of the male urogenital system, with the main focus on the prostate. Prostate cancer is shown developing in the tubular ducts of the prostate. All of the general steps are then demonstrated in the animation to show how the cancerous prostate will be robotically removed during a minimally invasive procedure.
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Vasectomy Surgery - Rati-Fi™ Informed Consent System http://Rati-Fi.com Vasectomy is permanent birth control for men. This minor surgery prevents pregnancy by blocking sperm from getting to the penis. Millions of sperm cells are made every day in a man’s testicles. Testicles are found in the scrotum - which is the pouch of loose skin below the penis. The sperm mature in the epididymis, a small structure that is on top of each testicle. During sexual intercourse, the sperm move with ejaculation during orgasm, through long muscular tubes called the vas deferens to the penis. On the way to the penis, the sperm mix with a whitish fluid called seminal fluid, this is made by the seminal vesicles. The mixture of sperm and seminal fluid is called semen. Semen is released by the penis with ejaculation Vasectomy is a simple, safe procedure that makes a man sterile, unable to father a child by cutting and sealing the vas deferens tubes. It is permanent, and intended to last forever. It is the most effective birth control method there is. No other birth control prevents pregnancy as well except abstinence, which means no sex. It does not protect against sexually transmitted disease Vasectomy should not lower your libido, which is your desire to have sex. Informed Consent Your erection, sexual function and orgasm should not change. In fact some men are more relaxed because they are not worried about the risk of getting a woman pregnant. The amount and color of your semen will seem the same as before. Finally, urination, the way you pass urine will be the same. Sperm that are still produced but are now blocked, are absorbed or taken up by the body. You or your partner must use a second type of birth control for the first 3 months after your vasectomy because you will not be sterile right away. It takes time and several ejaculations to empty the sperm from the tubes. There is risk of pregnancy until your semen is tested at 3 months and show no more sperm. Informed Consent You will collect the semen sample for testing. Vasectomy is intended to be permanent, and it is not always possible to reverse a vasectomy. Surgery to stitch the tubes back together is not easy and doesn’t always work. Vasectomy Reversal is very expensive and is not usually covered by insurance. Before your vasectomy consider the possible situations where you might wish to have more children. Although vasectomy is considered very safe, all surgeries have risks. All men will have some soreness and bruising for a few days. Risks include infection, and bleeding of the scrotum. You may get a “sperm granuloma,” a small harmless lump where the tube was tied. Informed Consent You may also regret the vasectomy. Up to 1 in 5 men, or 20% change their mind later in life To prevent these problems follow your doctor’s instructions carefully. Less Common Risks of Vasectomy include- 1 of 1,600 men will still have sperm at 3 months because the tubes reconnect by recanalization There is a risk of chronic pain near the testicles. While most men feel "back to normal" after 7-10 days, for 1 in 400 men pain can last several weeks or longer. It can even be permanent. Sometimes another procedure, even a vasectomy reversal is needed to fix the pain. Informed Consent Finally, a few studies have shown there may be a small increased risk of prostate cancer. There are other studies that do not show this. Most urologists believe that vasectomy does not cause prostate cancer. Be sure to discuss these risks with your doctor if you have any questions or concerns. You can help lower risk of the procedure- Follow care instructions before and after the procedure Use condoms or another type of birth control until a semen test shows that all of the sperm are gone, usually at 3 months Informed Consent
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The video describes a procedure known as a hysterectomy that involves the removal of the uterus and other parts of the female reproductive system. It may also include removal of the ovaries. The hysterectomy procedure is done to treat a variety of Gynaecological illnesses namely uterine cancer, fibroids, endometriosis and uterine prolapse. The preparatory activities before the procedure are explained such as the introduction of an IV line, shaving of the pubic area and general anaesthesia. The methods to perform the surgery are mentioned i.e. abdominal, vaginal and using a laproscope and each of them are described in detail. The ligaments attaching the organs to the surrounding areas are cut in each case and the uterus is taken out. In the vaginal and laproscopic-assisted vaginal hysterectomies, mechanical tools are required to perform a procedure where the uterus is removed through the vaginal opening. The space left behind is packed with surgical gauze and the post-surgical precautions are mentioned where after a period of monitoring, the gauze is removed and the patient is discharged. Before undergoing the surgery, talk to your doctor about possible hysterectomy complications and hysterectomy side effects. To know more visit our website : https://www.manipalhospitals.com/ Get Connected Here: ================== Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ManipalHospitalsIndia Google+: https://plus.google.com/111550660990613118698 Twitter: https://twitter.com/ManipalHealth Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/manipalhospital Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/manipal-hospital Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/manipalhospitals/ Foursquare: https://foursquare.com/manipalhealth Alexa: http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/manipalhospitals.com Blog: https://www.manipalhospitals.com/blog/
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I still deal with my own fears about how other people see me after what I went through. I want for someone to look beyond my experience with cancer.
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