Testicular cancer: Five main symptoms of the disease not to ignore according to new study


A new study, commissioned by health experts at Livi, the online GP service, has found that surprising numbers of men are not checking themselves for testicular cancer, despite it becoming increasingly common, with an increase of 24 percent since the 1990s.

The survey also revealed which signs of the cancer men are most likely to recognise, with over three quarters (77 percent) of men recognising lumps as a symptom, but only a third (34 percent) identifying heaviness in the scrotum and a difference in appearance between the testicles (33 percent) as potential signs. 

It’s recommended that you perform a self-exam once a month.

By checking regularly, a person will have an easier time noticing when something has changed.

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