thanks man. i just had a moment there when i started crying thinking about all the pain my loved ones would go through if i copped it. yeeeeesh.
yeah, i think the survival rate is pretty good (one of the best for most cancers), and i’m glad you’re saying 1 month is early - good job i’m always fiddling with me nuts! lol
i’ve watched this baby grow from a small little to lump to what it is now - like super quick. Still hoping it could be cyst or something, but fearing the worst.
Also, researching this - testicular cancer is most common for men between 16-30. Therefore, i’m assuming it IS linked to androgens in the body.
Was thinking some people on this forum with very good endocrine knowledge would be able to confirm.
I don’t think its spread to my lymph system, as i’m feeling on top of the world - fittest and strongest i’ve ever been. Been training 6 days a week, twice a day for the last two weeks and not feeling any signs of overtraining etc, - though that could be the exogenous test/tren in my body lol.
I know i should stop injecting, but i really don’t want to until i get my tests done. Plus yeah, i’d want to be in a muscularly fit strong state to fight the bastard if it comes to chemo and shit. (false justitification).
Testicular cancer is not related to androgens - this is borne out by the fact that it is very common in testes that are dysfunctional. Even if it were then androgens your testes are exposed to on a cycle will be lower than those off cycle - inter-testicular testosterone levels are very high normally as testosterone is produced there, testosterone cannot diffuse in any concentration from the blood stream into the testicles. Using hCG to keep testes functional is possibly a good idea for this reason alone (ie not to have dysfunctional testes).
Get to a Dr ASAP - whatever your issue it is better dealt with early - good luck[/quote]
Good info. Cheers.
Appointment next week.