Dating a testicular cancer survivor
He was happy to tell us his story — and urge men to speak up when concerns arise. It’s hard to fathom, that at 34, it’s already been that long. I was in my primary care doctor’s office within 24 hours. My thought was: I was going to go to the doctor and he was going to tell me I was fine and I was going to go have dinner for my mom’s birthday.
That was horrible because for me I knew that she was giving me a lot of stress and anxiety that I was bringing to work.
I know a lot of men that would feel that lump and say it’s nothing and then move on with their lives and go ahead and continue school, do work, and remain the young ignorant man you are that you are in your early twenties. If I had waited a month, six weeks, or a year, that cancer would have spread. That, to me, is the most crucial thing that I learned. I had about four friends in my immediate family that knew what I was going through. So I didn’t talk about it — and then I actually had the opportunity, through my oncologist, to be interviewed through a local TV station a few years ago, after Joseph was born and before the twins were born.
If you feel something down there, do not think twice. They were looking to do a segment on men with testicular cancer.
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Crawford debuted on Smack Down on June 13, 2008, using the Alicia Fox name and the gimmick of a wedding planner.I knew that I wouldn’t have any sperm to have kids. I had the surgery and found out again that the cancer did not spread. Those pellets release testosterone for a three or four month period. I proposed a year later; we were ready to start our life.