I have finally decided to share something that changed my life nearly two years ago. I want to share it because I no longer wish to hide from it. Furthermore [...]
You may be confused by the title of this blog entry. At first, the question in your head may be “really? We need support?” and the answer is that, like [...]
This Trak product review was submitted by an anonymous Don't Cook your Balls reader who wanted to share his experience and encourage others to get healthier
My name is Matt, I’m 36 years young from Birmingham, UK and I have the distinct honor of being a FlatBagger (a double testicular cancer survivor!)
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.
"...that's when the emotions started hitting. I thought about the very distinct possibility that I wouldn't have kids to play with my brother's kids. I would break down here and there..."
It’s no secret that most men don’t like going to the doctor. But, did you know that men are almost twice as likely than women to die from heart disease, cancer, stroke and diabetes. We can change this.
Numbers say that infertility is common. 1 in 8 is the official number. 7.4 million couples. That is more than the population of the entire state of Washington. You don't have to deal with this by yourself.
“When are you two going to have kids?” I hate that question. Before we knew about my lazy, good for nothing sperm, it was easy to brush the question off [...]
After 3 years, 4 doctors, countless tests, several misdiagnosis and a lot of frustration, this couple was able to conceive with a genetic condition known as Y Chromosome Microdeletion. Here's their story
Men's health is an interesting subject. In my mind, it conjures up images of rough and tumble middle aged men with five o clock shadows and lean muscular arms. It [...]
I personally cannot stomach waiting. I hate the feeling down to its very core. I am not talking about patience or perseverance, but rather the feeling of helpless complacency. Waiting, [...]
Diagnosing Y Chromosome Microdeletions: One man's experience In preparation for this piece, I reviewed my fertility medical records for the first time in eight months. Seeing them brought back some [...]