Recent Examples of testicle from the Web
As noted by Planned Parenthood, symptoms of gonorrhea can include abnormal discharge that might be yellowish, pain during urination, bleeding between periods, or painful and swollen testicles.
This coincided with the size of testicles becoming much smaller.
However, during surgery, the doctor accidentally removed Haines’s healthy testicle instead.
There are some truly stomach-churning drinks in the world including wine made from baby mice and beer made from whale testicles smoked with sheep’s dung.
Steven Hanes, 54, had suffered from chronic pain in his right testicle for years, Fox 43 reported.
If the right testicle does eventually have to be removed, his client would need testosterone replacement therapy for the rest of his life.
The 28-year-old had surgery in November to remove a testicle and rejoined the team in February, but left again in March to get chemotherapy after doctors found the cancer had spread.
RHP Chad Bettis (testicle cancer) will rejoin the team on Tuesday to begin building arm strength.
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Origin and Etymology of testicle
Middle English testicule, from Latin testiculus, diminutive of testis
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
TESTICLE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of testicle for English Language Learners
: one of two small organs that are located in a sack of skin (called the scrotum) in men and male animals and that produce sperm and male hormones
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