Save your life. Self-Exam.
a testicular self-exam can detect early signs and symptoms.
Cup one testicle at a time using both hands. Best performed during or after a warm shower.
3. Get familiar
Familiarize yourself with spermatic cord and epididymis, the tube like structures connected on the back side of each testicle.
Roll the testicle between thumb and fingers using slight pressure.
4. Feel for changes
Check for lumps, changes in size or irregularities. It’s normal for one testicle to be slightly larger.
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