How to take care of your testicles
Step 1. Take a hot bath or shower. Warm water relaxes the muscles that pull the testicles up into your scrotum, allowing you to handle them more easily.
Step 2. Cup your scrotum. Feel both testicles at once. They may not be identical, but there shouldn’t be any dramatic difference in size.
Step 3. Gently examine each testicle individually with both hands. Place your index and middle fingers underneath and your thumbs on top of a testicle. Roll the testicle between your fingers around the entire surface for about 30 seconds using light pressure. Feel for lumps or bumps. Each testicle should feel smooth like a peeled hard-boiled egg.
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Do a ball check
Testicular cancer strikes nearly 8,000 men a year, mostly young men between the ages of 15 and 40. When caught early enough, testicular cancer can be cured more than 95 percent of the time.
Left undetected, though, and it can spread to other parts of the body. Check in with your boys once a month. @dickhead256
Take a walk every day
When you exercise, blood flow increases—blood rushes through the endothelial cells (the lining of the blood vessels) and stimulates them to make more nitric oxide, a key chemical involved in producing erections.
The healthier a man is, the more nitric oxide he produces, and the harder his erection is.
Also, exercise has been shown to be as effective as medication in reducing symptoms of mild depression, another downer for penis performance. @dickhead256
Smoking just clenches down on your blood vessels and prevents them from being reactive..
Nicotine restricts penile blood flow and weakens erections. It contributes to plaque build-up in the arteries, making smokers twice as likely to experience erectile dysfunction.