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To answer this question properly is going to need a prospect double blinded controlled trial. That is not going to happen in a normal world. You can try looking at historical data, like the one referred to in this Huff Post article but that type of restrospective data is highly flawed. their average non-eunuch contemporaries, who tended to live ...


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Interesting question. It sounds like testicular pain like that could be due to contraction of the cremaster muscle, which essentially controls testicle height. Its main role is to help regulate temperature in the scrotum by controlling how close the testicles are to the body. This is important because a very precise temperature is needed to make sperm (just ...


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I always wondered this myself and now my seven year old always ask this when in the back of the car. I came across this: Normally, all the parts of your body are pushing on each other because of the constant force of gravity. But in the "free-fall" state of plummeting down a hill, there is hardly any net force acting on you. In this case, the various ...


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