Depending on the diagnosis, other options may be offered.
However, the American Cancer Society suggests that some men should examine their testicles monthly, especially if they have a family history of cancer, and the American Urological Association recommends monthly testicular self-examinations for all young men.
You may also have a brief decrease in sperm growth.
Lump in the , swelling or pain in the Usual onset 20 to 34 years old males Types and , , , family history of the disease, previous history of testicular cancer , , , , , , Treatment Surgery, , , rates ~ 95% US Frequency 686,000 2015 Deaths 9,400 2015 Testicular cancer is that develops in the , a part of the.
Description: GCNIS becomes cancer when the cells grow into parts of the testicle s where they do not normally belong.