Penis and testicles

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A tight foreskin can be extremely painful but it can be treated - often without surgery.
If you're not peeing out the end of your penis you may have undiagnosed hypospadias. It can be treated.
Bashing the bishop, spanking the monkey, jerking off - whatever you like to call it masturbation is a normal part of life.
Penis cancer is very rare.
We all came from one and we produce millions every day but what are sperm?
Testosterone plays a role in much of men's health - from hair to muscle, prostates to sex.
How's it hanging? Every man should know how to check his balls.
Getting it up shouldn't get you down. Here's everything you need to know about erections. Straight up.
Not being able to get an erection is called Erectile Dysfunction (ED). It is common and in most cases can be treated.
Epididymitis, Hydrocele, Torsion and Varicocele are not a folk group, they're the more common non-cancerous testicle problems.

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