How To You Check Your Balls – It Can Save Your Life

Norwegian NRK has done it again and this time they encourage boys and men in all ages to check their balls since testicular cancer is the most common cancer among young men.

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Testicular Cancer Symptoms

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Signs and symptoms of testicular cancer vary. Some of the most common include:

  • A Lump in the Testicle or Testicles.
  • Hardness in the Testes.
  • Painless Swelling in the Testes.
  • Dull Ache or Heavy Sensation in the Lower Abdomen, Anal Area or Scrotum.
  • Changes in How the Testicle Feels.
  • Build-Up of Fluid in the Scrotum.
  • Pain or Discomfort in Testicle or Scrotum.
  • Heavy or Swollen Scrotum.
  • Tender or Enlarged Breasts.

If the testicular cancer is advanced, men may find a mass in their neck, have trouble breathing or cough a lot, experience nausea or vomiting. They may even have anorexia or difficulty eating. Lower back pain, bone pain, never pain, and leg swelling may indicate that a man has testicular cancer. Read more at

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