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Peon
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Battle.net Name : OutOfNames / TheFinalStand
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Join date : 2014-06-13

PostSubject: Yo! ~OutOfNames   Fri Jun 13, 2014 4:47 pm

Hello, everyone!

I used to play back in the day :3

I'm a pretty basic person.

With ADHD, insomnia, anxiety, asthma, depression, and a few other things.

I'm a brony.
I'm Pansexual and Pangender.
I'm a RPer.

That's some basic shizz.

(I also have a boyfriend right now and I'm 14.)
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Battle.net Name : The_Deku_Nutt
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Join date : 2013-07-20

PostSubject: Re: Yo! ~OutOfNames   Fri Jun 13, 2014 11:09 pm

At 14 your balls haven't even dropped, you can lose the trendy stuff until you know what makes your penis feel nice.

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Battle.net Name : OutOfNames / TheFinalStand
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PostSubject: Re: Yo! ~OutOfNames   Mon Jun 16, 2014 5:13 am

the_deku_nutt wrote:
At 14 your balls haven't even dropped, you can lose the trendy stuff until you know what makes your penis feel nice.

Not even going to say much...

Testicles are located in the scrotum below the penis. The scrotal sac is the exterior structure that protects the testicles by ascending or descending according to the temperature.

Undescended testicles are found in about 1 per cent of boys and usually it is only one testicle that fails to descend into the scrotum, but in some cases both may be affected.

In many cases an undescended testicle will come down of its own accord within several months of birth, but it rarely does this beyond this timeframe.

The main cause of undescended testicles is due to failure of the hormones (released from the mother and from the testicle itself) to provide the stimulus for the structures leading to the testicle (the spermatic cord) to lengthen sufficiently to allow it to fully descend down into the scrotum.

Another reason is that sometimes a normal testicle can be prevented from descending due to fibres that obstruct its passage and cause it to remain in the groin.

An undescended testicle is only serious if left untreated as it will not be capable of normal sperm production and can cause infertility, and there is also a risk that an undescended testicle may develop testicular cancer later in life.

Treatment involves an orchidopexy operation to lower the testicle into the scrotum.

Surgery is carried out within the first few years of life to give the testicle the best chance of normal development. If your pediatrician is aware of your condition all that is required is that you are currently monitored so you can have surgery at the appropriate time.
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