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But some treatments for testicular cancer can cause infertility.
Some people with testicular cancer may have low sperm counts because of changes that occur in the testicles before the cancer develops.
You can have an artificial (prosthetic) testicle inserted into your scrotum so the appearance of your testicles is not greatly affected.
The artificial testicle is usually made of silicone, a soft type of plastic.
It probably will not be exactly like your old testicle or the one you still have. After an orchidectomy, it's often possible to be discharged quickly, although you may need to stay in hospital for a few days.
If only 1 testicle is removed, there should not be any lasting side effects.
Your cancer team will make recommendations, but the final decision will be yours.
Before discussing your treatment options with your specialist, you may find it useful to write a list of questions to ask them.
For stage 2 and 3 testicular cancers, 3 to 4 cycles of chemotherapy are given using a combination of different medications.
Your sex life and ability to father children will not be affected.
About 1 in 50 people will get a second new testicular cancer in their remaining testicle.
If both testicles are removed (a bi-lateral orchidectomy), you'll be infertile.
But removing both testicles at the same time is very rarely required and only 1 in every 50 cases require the other testicle to be removed at a later date.