5 Signs of Testicular Cancer Most Men are Too Ashamed To Discuss with Other People

Testicular Cancer is somehow a sensitive topic to discuss when it comes to shallow mind of people. It becomes common health condition that most of the men are embarrassed to think that they could be teased or receive pity from people.

But at this early moment, we are going to break the teasing habit, and we'll go to proceed to serious matter regarding this condition and talk about how serious this type of condition is.

As the national survey released a statement that 8,700 men and above in the United States are diagnosed with testicular cancer in the year of 2016.

The ages who got acquire the diseases ranges from 30-50. Sometimes it may first appear changes in size or shape of one or both sides of testicles. Most of the time, in such cases like these, it doesn't cause too much pain.

How could we confirm and test that we are under this condition of Testicular Cancer?

The first thing to do is touch and hold your penis out and check one testicle. Keep the testicle between your thumbs and fingers of both hands and roll it gently between your fingers to find out whether there is any bumps or imbalance meant in the size and shape of your testicles.

Now, we are going to show you the most common symptoms of having Testicular Cancer:

1. A heavy duty feeling along your scrotum.

2. Discomfort and extreme pain in the lower belly or groin.

3. Inflammation and swelling in both testicles. Or sometimes it may cause pain accompanied with swelling.

4. Early Puberty in boys and enlargement of the eggs. It is because there is a tumor embodied inside the testicles.

Important things to remember:

1. Most men are worried about having one testicle is a little bit larger than the other one. Don't worry it is normal and healthy.

2. Also, there is no problem with having that one testicle hangs lower than the other.

Testicular Cancer is one of the worst conditions a single man could have. But don't worry it is one of the most curable types of cancer most especially when it is detected in very early stage.

It is always recommended by doctors to conduct a self-examination once a week, once a month or even every day to make sure that your testicles are healthy.