CANCER deadliness varies widely for each type, but a timely diagnosis is favourable in most cases. Sometimes, warning signs such as small lumps can be hard to spot, despite affecting the vast majority of patients.
Testicular cancer warning – see a GP if you have a lump in your testicles that’s this big
TESTICULAR cancer symptoms can include a lump, but how big does it have to be for you to be worried? These are the signs of the deadly tumour to look out for, and when to see your doctor.
Testicular cancer: Six early signs and symptoms that could indicate you have the disease
TESTICULAR cancer is one of the less common cancers, and while it’s one of the most treatable types, it’s important to know the early signs. From a cup in one of the testicles to a sharp pain in the scrotum, these are the symptoms you should be aware of.
Testicular cancer symptoms – THIS simple test could predict risk of disease
TESTICULAR cancer – also known as cancer of the testicle – is one of the less common cancers and tends to mostly affect men between 15 and 49 years of age. Daily Express :: Health Feed
Testicular cancer symptoms: Do YOU know the three factors that can up your risk?
TESTICULAR cancer is one of the less common cancers, and it tends to affect younger men between 15 and 49. However, there are factors which may increase your risk of developing symptoms. Daily Express :: Health Feed
Testicular cancer symptoms: Do you know THESE signs?
TESTICULAR cancer mainly affects younger men between the age of 15 and 49, and if caught early, has a survival rate of 99 per cent. These are the common symptoms to look out for. Daily Express :: Health Feed
Testicular cancer symptoms: Would YOU recognise these six signs?
TESTICULAR cancer accounts for less than one per cent of all cancer cases in the UK, but levels have increased by 28 per cent since the 1990s despite a umber of treatment options. These are the signs and symptoms to look out for. Daily Express :: Health Feed
How testicular cancer changes your sex life and what to do to beat it
After testicular cancer treatment, usually the removal of a testicle – known medically as unilateral orchiectomy – there is normally some change in the patient’s sex drive and sex life. Men can feel a lack of sex drive, an inability to sustain an erection or have a problem ejaculating post-surgery. These issues are mainly psychological, […]
Testicular cancer symptom: THIS is the best time of day to check your testicles for lumps
TESTICULAR cancer is the most common cancer for men aged between 15 and 45, and This Morning explained which symptoms to look for to diagnose the disease. Daily Express :: Health Feed