Perform a Testicular Self-Exam

Testicular cancer is one of the most beatable cancers when detected early. Nearly 99%. Here’s what to look for, and what to do if you feel something suspicious. The shower is the best place to perform a self-exam, since the steam relaxes your scrotum and makes it easier to feel around.

Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in males ages 15-34, although many cases fall outside these parameters. There is one male diagnosed every hour with testicular cancer. The good news is that detecting Testicular Cancer can often be done through a simple Testicular Cancer Self Exam (TSE). We recommend performing this “self check” once a month. By performing a regular Testicular Self Exam, you highly increase the likelihood of catching Testicular Cancer in an early stage, which has the best prognosis. A simple Testicular Self Exam can save you from unnecessary additional treatment and even save your life. Don’t believe us? Hear from one of our many shower card recipients who picked up a shower card at just the right time.

Even though Testicular cancer is the most common cancer in males 15-34, a staggering 62% of those most at risk dont know how to check themselves. We lose one male every single day to Testicular Cancer. Increase the chances that “one” male isn’t you. A simple self exam takes less than one minute! Learn how to perform a self check, get to know what is normal for you, so if anything changes you can act on it!

Learn how to perform a self check, and become an advocate for your own health today!

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