Testicular Cancer Exam: How to Properly Perform a Testicular Self-Exam

Testicular cancer is not as common as erectile dysfunction and other men’s sexual issues. However, around 8,500 men  ages 15-44 are diagnosed with testicular cancer each year in the United States.

While in the UK around 2,300 men get hit with testicular cancer each year. That’s about 1:100 ratio diagnosed with testicular cancer for every man in the UK.

About 410 men succumbed to death already. Most of these deaths are either from testicular cancer that metastasize to other parts of the body. Others are from the complications from cancer treatment itself – radiation therapy, chemotherapy, and surgery.

That’s obviously a scary statistic right there!  But there’s good news: If you detect testicular cancer early enough, it can be cured 95% of the time.

See Also:

So what happens if you don’t detect testicular cancer in time?

It can spread easily to other parts of your body. And that’s where things really get scary because cancer can be lethal.

Prevention is always better than a pound of cure. For this reason, you should check your balls once a month for early detection of testicular cancer. Upon reaching puberty, all men are highly encouraged to conduct a monthly testicular self-exam to prevent testicular cancer that may develop.

Here are the 3  steps to properly perform a testicular self-exam:

Testicular Self-Exam Step #1. Bathe in warm water

This allows your balls to hang and makes them easier to examine.

Still Addicted To Porn? Porn Can Destroy Your Erection!

Testicular Self-Exam Step #2. Cup your sack

Feel both of your balls. Are they almost the same in size? You don’t want any huge differences.

Testicular Self-Exam Step #3. Examine each ball using both hands at the same time

Place your thumbs on top and your index and middle fingers at the bottom of each ball. Roll it around your fingers for 30 seconds to examine the surface. Use only light pressure. If it’s good to go, it should feel smooth like a hard-boiled egg. No lumps or bumps.

If you notice any size differences or lumps or bumps during this quick check-up, talk to your doctor. Your doctor can give you a more definite answer as to whether or not you have cancer.

how to perform testicular self-exam guideImage Source: Senior Pre-med

This is a very simple testicular self-exam guide for men. And as mentioned, it’s in your best interest to do it at least once a month.

Besides cancer of the testes, there’s something else that can pack a punch to your privates: ED or the inability to get hard. 

If you suffer from it, your sex life will suffer too… Go here to cure your ED quickly and naturally now»

Related video

Related Post:  7 Effective Tricks To Get an Erection on Command, Anytime You Want

Jeff Parker is the founder of PEGain.com, an information site for today’s modern men on sexual health improvement and other men’s stuff. I believe in empowering men with the knowledge to make them smarter, healthier choices in their lives.

PE Gain