Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Oh, My Aching Balls

One early symptom of my malady was the action of the cremaster muscles - those small, but powerful ligaments attached to the balls - when I cum. The suddenness and severity with which they would yank my nuts up, to expel their cargo to the seminal vesicles, hurt like a sonofabitch...and then ache for days.
2
Before other problems cropped up, leading to the diagnosis of my M.D., the doc had a rough time trying to help me with my aching berries.

3
It still happens from time to time, but the meds have helped ease the severity. But, see how the functioning of your package can inform on your overall health?
4
And, now, how fortuitous that I should have hit upon this, today of all days. Because you know what today is, right?
Buddy Ball Check Day
Haul those nuts out, boys.
5
Check them well. Then help a buddy out - call and remind him it's important for him to do that TSE. Ball cancer is no laughing matter; in fact it's a life-threatening matter - particularly for men between the ages of 15 and 45. So contact all the men you can to encourage them to do a bang-up job of feeling themselves up.
6
 Ladies, don't allow the males in your life to procrastinate.
See that it gets done.
7

Balls are wonderful things
8

9

10

Make sure yours are cancer free. If anything seems "off" hie thee to thy physician for a thorough check.
11

12

11 comments:

Hot guys pictures said...

Don't really get the appeal of balls...

Anonymous said...

Note to Hot Guy: If you ever get, God forbid, prostate cancer and the doc gives you meds to make your boys stop producing testosterone, you will get hot flashes, your bones will go brittle, and other not-so-nice stuff will happen, most of all your boys will shrink up to almost nothing. Having that happen makes you really appreciate the boys you ahve and you are thankful that other guys have them as well. That's the appeal of balls.
Pat, I was having a bit of pain the other day and checked mine and found a hard place. Thinking of your monthly reminders, I quickly called my uro and when I told them why I wanted to see the doc, they worked me in that day! So thanks for the reminders. They do accumulate and come to mind even if it isn't the 15th of the month!

Xersex said...

impressive nuts!!!

A French Patrick said...

Take care, Pat. I wonder if you do not risk to have a hernia if you do not already have it. Try to do what you can to raise up your testicles, with your hand and/or by cooling the ballsack.
Courage, my love. Have a great day with a lot of bisous

LORD PATRICK said...

Great advice as always! I have two friends dying from testicular cancer that has spread. That "BALL CHECK" is so important! Trust you are resting up as much as possible! Hugs, Patrick

Jean said...

Thank God for Blogs and the internet. Just a few years back none of this was available.

Also remember a few months ago, all these Blogs were almost history!

SickoRicko said...

Great advice, and great pix! And thanks for sharing.

AOM said...

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE BALLS! Balls in my mouth, Balls in my hands, Balls slapping my face! WooF! Thanks for all the great info and for this important reminder. Great Pix inspiring much ball play here. Wishing you a wonderful day, my brother! Hugs and Strokes, AOM

whkattk said...

@ Anon - I'm glad you did the check and your doc worked you in fro an appt. I pray that everything is taken care of promptly!

whkattk said...

@ LP - I had no idea that two of your friends have ball cancer. I know you will care for them and ease their passage. It proves that vigilance is so most important. Hugs!

whkattk said...

@ Jean - How right you are! I think, perhaps, some blogs have saved some lives. We should be thankful that Blogger changed their minds about adult-oriented ones, for they can impart some important information. Hugs!