Cancer, Health, Sexual Health

Early diagnosis is crucial

Testicular Cancer

Testicular cancer is the most common kind of cancer in young men aged from 15 to 40. If detected early, it has a very high survival rate. Early detection is very often the result of self-examination where you may find a small pea-sized, painless lump in the testicle. There might also be swelling, and a feeling of discomfort in the testicle or groin.

Not all lumps are cancerous, but the presence of a lump or swelling must not be ignored. The doctor can establish the nature of the lump by ordering a blood test, or a take sample of testicular tissue in the area of the problem, for testing in the laboratory. Continue reading…

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