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My 39 year old boyfriend had testicular cancer when he was 21 which resulted in his left testicle being removed, at a routine check up today they noticed a lump in his remaining testicle, if it is in fact cancer and removal of the testicle is required how will this affect him sexually?

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He should get some form of testosterone therapy that will help keep his hormone levels balanced and keep him sexually active. However, he will no longer be able to ejaculate and if you plan on ever having kids will have to find alternative routes.
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Thanks Pup, we already have plenty of children between the two of us, I'm primarily concerned for his level of satisfaction as we are very sexually active..
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Anytime. His sex drive might not be as high as it is now, but he should still have one. =]
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That is completely incorrect. Ejaculation is not controlled by the testicles. He will be able to ejaculate but there would not be any sperm cells in his semen. His prostate still creates the seminal fluid.
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