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Losing A Testicle

One morning when I was 17 I woke up in excruciating pain. My left testicle was in so much pain. I stood up and lowered my shorts to find out the draw sting on my shorts somehow wrapped itself around my testicle in my sleep.

I wore briefs during the day but slept commando. So I painfully walked down stairs, pulled my shorts off and showed my mom my balls. She immediately told me to get in the vehicle, I needed to go to the er.

Upon arrival I checked in and the woman working the check in counter had me take a seat. Yes I said she had me take a seat even though I told her my testicle is in pain from having the blood cut off. About 20 minutes later a nurse comes to get me. I stand up and walk painfully over to her. She reads the charts and immediately grabs a wheel chair, puts me in it then rushes me back.

Next thing I’m lay on a bed, one nurse is pulling my shorts off while the other is cutting the string off my shorts. Another nurse is stripping me naked while another is shaving my pubic hair off real quick. I was being taken into surgery.

Woke up a few hours later to find out I lost my left testicle. I was in the hospital for 3 days. And believe it or not, I had to get adjust to having one testicle in my underwear. It felt weird and uneven.

Upon arriving home my mom pretty much said I needed to wear briefs 24 7 for now on. Including sleeping in briefs so that way my other testicle is protected and supported.

Still today I wear colored briefs or tighty whities every day in fear of something strangling my right testicle. Thought I’d share my story that way people can know what draw strings can do. I’m definitely thankful the string didn’t strangle my penis.

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by Anonymous on Sep 16, 2021 at 4:13 AM

If you slept commando, how did that happen?

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by Anonymous on Sep 20, 2021 at 9:42 AM

That is horrid and why I sleep nude. This happened to a friend of mine once. He didn't lose his testicle but it was a close call.

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