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I've gone through a lot of the published research on prosthetic testicles and had a talk with a medical specialist about having an implant (to substitute the one I lost). He told me that all of his patients have complained about weight issues, and that if you want an implant to match your remaining one in size, it'll be relatively heavy. He told me it was like constantly having a bunch of coins in your pocket, and that I'll always be nagged by the sensation of something not belonging to my body just hanging around on my person.
Has anyone else experienced anything like this? I've read nothing of the sort in the medical literature, and he's only performed the operation on three patients. But I want to make sure before I make my decision. Any advice?
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