Testicular Cancer - Testicular self-examination

Cancer screening and cancer diagnosis

Cancer screening, cancer diagnosis

Examining the testes for cancer

It is not hard to examine the testes. Testicular cancer is most common in the 15-40 age group. The test should be carried out monthly after a warm shower, by rolling each testicle slowly and gently between the thumb and fingers. Any small lump or hard object should be examined by a doctor. Other signs to watch for are dull aches in the testicle, groin or abdomen. This is a highly curable disease especially if caught early.

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