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Will my testosterone levels go down if I have a testicle removed?

Your testosterone levels will not be affected if you have a testicle removed. The remaining testicle will be able to produce sufficient amounts of testosterone for the body. However, if that testicle was removed because of cancer, testosterone levels can be affected negatively by radiation and chemotherapy treatments. 

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