Can a man be born without testicles?
Yes they most definitely can. Males in this case will need testosterone replacement in the form of an injection monthly / quarterly, or a gel which is rubbed into the skin daily.
No. A man without testicles cannot produce sperm. Sperm is produced in the testicles in the scrotum, if there are no testicles, no semen, no babies.
No. Without testicles, there is nothing to create them.
If a man wants to have biological children - they are. Otherwise, they're quite easy to live without. Testicles also makes hormones, so someone without testicles might want to take hormone supplements as medicine.
I do not know the answer to this for sure, however, I recently took our 7 week old male pot belly pig to be neutered, and the vet cut where the testicles should be...and found none. She then cut higher and again found none what-so-ever. She stated that he was either born without both testicles (rare - less than 1% born without both testicles), or that they are in his abdomen. She then advised to… Read More
No because he doesn't have a vagina.
Only a doctor can determine that, a hermaphrodite has both sex organs of both male and female.
No. No testicles means no sperm.
You will not get any sperms as you do not have any testicles.
Yes. I had both testicles removed after an injury. My testicles wasn't functioning and I was in alot of pain. I opted to have the testicles removed after it was offered to me by my doctors. I do take testosterone injections weekly and I function ok. It is difficult in the beginning, but after a year, I'm back to normal.
The prostate is NOT where the semen is produced. Semen is produced in the testicles. See related.
Generally, no. If he had a vasectomy or otherwise lost his testes, he can potentially still impregnate within the first 2 months or 10-20 ejaculations after the event as some residual sperm can live in the vas deferens (sperm tubes). If he was born without them, pregnancy would be impossible.
A human male without testicles.
No. Testicles aren't transplanted. The medical advantages aren't worth the medical risks.
Testicles, from protein and sacarose.
Yes I'm pretty sure you can because Harry styles was born with 5 testicles ask him
Males are normally born with two testicles. It does happen occassionally that a male will be born with one or three rather than two. And the number does not typically affect the ability to procreate.
Typically, the male of the species has a penis and testicles. This is not a 100% accurate test, however, as a few men are born androgynous and/or of uncertain sexuality.
First of all women does not have testis aka testicles. And a man can not insert his testicles into a woman's vagina.
Sperm is created in the testicles of a man.
Without testicles, the body of a man cannot produce testosterone. His voice would become higher pitched like a lady's, his would lose muscle mass and even suffer from gynecomastis, which is the development of breast. All in all, a straitgh hetersexual man, it is best to keep his balls.
Testicles 'drop', at the latest, a few weeks after being born. If you cannot feel testicles in your scrotum, you should consult your doctor immediately.
The male genitalia includes the penis and testicles.
Castration of a male is done by surgically removing the testicles and then suturing the incision closed. There is also a chemical method of castration that makes the testicles ineffective.
About 3-4% of full-term male infants are born with undescended testicles.
Your testicles 'drop' a few days after being born. If you're old enough to be asking this question, and you can't feel your testicles in your scrotum, consult a doctor immediately.
in a man it's his testicles, in a woman, it's her clitoris and her cervix
No, he wouldn't, unless he bleeds to death.
maybe .... maybe not a$$ hole
No, there will not. Although a man will no longer be able to impregnate a woman (allowing his sperm to reach a woman's fertilized egg) with his testicles removed, there is an easier and much faster procedure to stop a man from impregnating a woman in which the Vas Deferens (tubes leading from the testicles to the penis) can be cut and tied together known as a vasectomy.
Example: sometimes (it is a very rare phenomenon) a boy is born with no testicles, with one testicle or with three testicles.
The man masturbates into a cup. In very rare cases, the sperm can be harvested using a needle directly from the testicles.
Yes. Only one will work just fine
Depends. To become the biological father of a baby - yes. The testicles also produce hormones, which influence muscle growth etc. It's possible to do without, but men who lose their testicles through accident or illness are often given hormone supplements as medicine.
Yes. That determines it to be male, along with another male organ called a penis. Sometimes the testicles do not descend down from the abdomen and are retained. You must have your Veterinarian do surgery to get them out as they can turn cancerous if left in. Male dogs are born with testicles, but they are generally inside the abdomen. The testicles usually "drop" by coming through the inguinal canal any time after 4 weeks… Read More
It is Italian slang for foolish, angry, a man's testicles. Can you believe the cogliones of that man!
If the testosterone levels in a man drop the causes of the problem is probably a hormone produced in the?
adrenal glands or testicles
The definition of "castrated" means to have the reproductive organs removed (testicles or ovaries).
It is normal, I have it too. Dont worry man.
sexual prefrence determines if a man is gay. not how many testicles he has. i should know because i have one testicle and i'm not gay
A guy can in fact live without a penis. It is suggested that the testicles also be removed when removing a penis. The procedure is called castration.
Testicles are the amazing little bits that contribute to the puzzle of life. Its the Saw in Jigsaw. I give the women dibs on the jig, because they usually get sawed in half by the boner, hence why we are the saw. At any rate, the nut bag is very sensitive and often slaps the buttocks of the woman (or man if you are a homosexual) and feels absolutely amazing. Besides, those danglers are responsible… Read More
John Foppe is a man born without arms who is a motivational speaker.
The sperm is reabsorbed by the body, but there may be discomfort in the testicles of some males.
they have testicles that sting and get food for them. Example Portugese Man of War or Jellyfish
A eunuch is a male, who had his testicles removed in childhood. The operation was the surgical removal of his testicles. The testicles produce testosterone, or the hormone which give a man his masculine features. He retains his penis. When he becomes an adult, he has long legs and long arms like a man. His body is more rounded like a woman's and his voice does not develop like a woman's. He has more strength… Read More
Only if they're Male to Female transexuals (MTF)
When a guy says "I've still got a pair" he is referring to his testicles (or balls in laymen's terms). The testicles are often used to represent masculinity or being a man. So when he says that, he is saying he is still a man and that his girlfriend or wife (or someone else) hasn't taken that away from him.
Depends, some people call the removal of testicles castration, others say it should be the penis... No testicles = no sperm = no pregnancy. Pay attention in class and you willn't need to ask this kind of question again.
Japanese Rain Goggles is when a man receives oral sex from a woman while his testicles are on her eyes. Once he's about to reach an orgasm she blinks quickly giving him a slight tingle sensation to his testicles and increasing the pleasure.