There are some testicular cancer symptoms that you need to watch out for. There is a simple test that could predict the risk of “young man’s” disease. It is most common in men between the ages of 15 and 45 years old. There is a certain way to check for it. Symptoms can include a painless lump, or an aching pain in the scrotum. Around 2300 men are found to have it in the UK every year.
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