Testicular cancer is the most common form of cancer in young men ages 15 - 35. In this episode of Urologist Nerds Drinking Beer, the nerds discuss 3 simple things that men can do to prevent testicular cancer.
Snowballs underwear designed for the art of manly cooling. Here's the back story on how they were invented and how they might help your fertility.
Sexually transmitted infections are more common that you may think. A recent report from the CDC shows that STIs are a growing problem with a record number of new infections reported in 2013. Learn the facts and how to stay safe.
Getting hit in the balls is a pain that is practically legendary. That's because it's not quite like any other pain you experience. It's a combination of blinding pain, often followed by waves [...]
The Nutcracker: Why Getting Hit in the Balls Hurts It's an eternal battle between men and women: what hurts worse, childbirth or a kick in the balls? While we don't really want to weigh in [...]
In this quick interview, Dr. Jamin Brahmbatt shares his advice for how to advocate for yourself when dealing with chronic pain. There are lots of things you can do yourself and taking steps on your own can help both you and your doctor best determine what's effective and what's not.
Dr. Jamin Brahmbhatt discusses options for treating testicular pain.
What's Up, Doc: When Should You See a Doctor for Testicular Pain Generally, men don't like going to the doctor. It's like going to a mechanic, calling a plumber or asking [...]
Talking to your doctor about testicular pain can be awkward and difficult. This article provides some advice to help you get the most out of your visit.
Doctors refer to it as "testicular vasocongestion" or "epididymal hypertension". The rest of the world has a much simpler term: blue balls. The bane of existence for teenage boys everywhere, blue balls are a major pain in the...well, you get the idea. It's a condition that is so openly talked about that we now use it to refer to everything from movie trailer releases to business deals that weren't fully performed. But as much as we make light of this condition, it can bring physical discomfort and even cause undue strain on your relationship. What causes this condition and what can be done to fix it?