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#1
Hi Guys,

Im rather new to this forum thing lol but anyway im 17 and want to join the army as a engineer i have wanted to do so for as long as i can remember but i have a problem that i never speak about i only have one testicle i was just born with only one developed and was wondering could this mess up my chances of doing my dream job ? i have looked everywhere online but cant find anything about having only one testicle and joining the british army. Thanks in advance :)
 
#8
It is ok to only have one ball - as long as its a fookin big one. Come to think of it we have soldiers with no balls all over the place (we used to call them WRACs).
 
#11
Hi Guys,

Im rather new to this forum thing lol but anyway im 17 and want to join the army as a engineer i have wanted to do so for as long as i can remember but i have a problem that i never speak about i only have one testicle i was just born with only one developed and was wondering could this mess up my chances of doing my dream job ? i have looked everywhere online but cant find anything about having only one testicle and joining the british army. Thanks in advance :)
Visit your local Army Careers Office and ask for a copy of "AFCO 5", it contains most of the medical criteria for joining the Armed Forces, failing that, start the recruiting process, one of the first stages is a medical questionnaire, which is sent to Army doctors, it is completely confidential, none of the recruiters get to see what's enclosed and at least that way you get a definitive answer.
 
#12
On a serious note, have you been scanned to check whether your other bollock is absent or just undescended? Undescended testes are more prone to developing cancer ( higher temperature) so you really need to know!
 
#13
Thanks guys some of the replys where quite funny lol. but seriously i have had check's when i was younger i dont speak to my parents about it but i supose i need to at some point. as far as i am aware i was just born without one but who knows i will just need to ask about it. thanks alot guys great help and have put my mind to rest !! Great site btw and keep up the good work of helping people like me. :)
 

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