Great balls on fire! No, don't let that happen to you - or any other guy you know. It's that time again. Time for the
Buddy Ball Check
Testicular cancer most commonly strikes males between the ages of 15 and 35, and is easily stopped in its tracks if discovered early enough. Yet, bear in mind the word "commonly." That means it does occur in males both younger than 15 and older than 35.
Please, check your balls!
It's been a long time since I've posted a Ball Check video. The old ones appear to have been removed. So, for those guys who may not know how to do a self exam, here's a new one:
If the video doesn't play go to:
Hightail it to a doctor if you find anything odd; a lump, or a spot which seems slightly more firm.
If you get a boner - don't worry about it. Really. Read the comments from Tuesday's post - you'll find out from my Faithful Readers that doctors will not be shocked or surprised, or offended. He should also do a good exam of your cock to look for signs of penile cancer.
While you're at it, you might want to check those pecs, too. Male breast cancer is a real possibility, guys.
You know your duty as a guy is to encourage other men to do the same. Consider it part of the Bro Code.
So, please, promise me you'll do your part by checking your, checking others, or at very least to promote this campaign.