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Testicular Cancer

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Testicular cancer is a cancer located in the testes, part of the male reproductive system. The most common symptom is testicular pain.
You cannot see sperm with the naked eye. The fluid of ejaculate is called semen. Semen can be clear to a milky white. It should not be dark brown. I'd suggest talking to your doctor.
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Answer After metastasis , or if the primary cancer is untreatable , the destruction of tissue is what actually causes death . TESTICULAR CANCER CAN KILL IF TESTICULAR CANCER GOES unchecked and not treated, it will "metastasize", meaning it will spread to other parts of the body. It may first …
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The American Cancer Society estimates that about 24,000 people in the United States are diagnosed with throat cancer each year. About half of those throat cancers occur in the pharynx, with the rest occurring in the larynx.
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According to the American Cancer Society's recent 2009 report, about 1,479,350 new cancer cases are expected to be diagnosed in 2009. Source: http://www.cancer.org/downloads/STT/500809web.pdf.
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You will get signs such as abnormal shape and enlargement, mine went to the size of my fist your doctor would then take bloods tests to check your tumour markers. If they suspect cancer a biopsy will be then taken and removal of the testicle
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About 8,000 people die each year. Over 50% live over 5 years from diagnosis. My mother only lived 2 years after her diagnosis of tongue cancer. It's a horrible disease that effects how you eat, drink, talk and breathe.
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Yes, Testicular Cancer can kill you if you are not treated or have no gone to the doctor if you've noticed anything wrong with ur Testicle if it all of a sudden moves outtve its socket.
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Austin, Texas, USA. He owns a bike shop there called Mellow Johnny's.
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Testicular cancer is cancer started in the testicles of a male. This type of cancer, as well as the other types, can spread to other area over time. Some signs can include: Lump on one or both testicles.Blood in ejaculation. This can also be a different medical condition, so you may want to see a d…
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Lance Armstrong lives on 345 Rue Mirassoue ,Lyon, France. he lives in Austin, Texas U.S.
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You will get signs such as: Abnormally shaped testicles.A lump on one or both testicles.Swelling of one or both testicles.Pain.And in some cases, blood in ejaculation.To check yourself for lumps: Just feel one testicle at a time and feel for lumps.If you feel any lumps, or have any sign listed above…
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Well I currently found out that my father has testicular cancer and due to my research I've cone to find out that if yu do t treat it in time it will slowly kill you a painful death
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Dont hide it like i did I eventually went to be tested but after four years told people and was amazed by the support. Youwill get signs such as abnormal shape and enlargement, mine went to the size of my fist your doctor would then take bloods tests to check your tumour markers. If they suspect ca…
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Testicular cancer occurs if a cell divides incorrectly and then passes this mutation on to its daughter cells. Testicles are prone to cancer because they are constantly dividing and constantly making daughter cells, so are prone to making mistakes occasionally. Some of the main risk factors for dev…
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Pain in your testicles, lump on one of them, Hard time peeing.
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Testicular self-examination From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Because testicular cancer is a significant killer of teenage boys and grown men, doctors recommend monthly self-examination.Men from puberty onwards should examine their testes after a hot shower or bath, when the scrotum is loose…
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It may feel like a weighty sensation in the lower pelvis. There may or may not be pain in the scrotum. When you run your fingers over the testicle, it may feel swolen; your fingers may also feel what seems like a small sesame seed on the surface of the testicle. It may or may not be tender to the to…
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As a former testicular cancer patient the only thing you can do is keep an eye on yourself for any abnormal shape or enlargement if you have any doubts go and see your doctor you may feel embarrassed but they are used to it ( i understand it took me ages but was nearly to late) Testicular cancer is …
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There is no cure for testicular cancer, however there are treatments that will eliminate the cancerous tissue from your body. The most prevalent way is through surgery, in which the afflicted organs re removed from your body. This has no effect on your hormones if only one testicle is removed. The r…
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Cancer begins with an alteration to the structure of the DNA. It is known as a genetic mutation. The mutation in the DNA changes the instructions so that the cells carry on growing. This causes the cells to reproduce uncontrollably producing a lump of tissue known as a tumor.
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While he should not "worry" about testicular cancer, every male from puberty until 40 should give himself testicular exams and report any bumps or lumps to his doctor.
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The possibilities are 57%
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Yes, it's called "testicular cancer."
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I looked up google because i wanted to see what it said and its not great. "Frequent or long-term use of marijuana may significantly increase a man's risk of developing the most aggressive type of testicular cancer, according to a study by researchers at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. T…
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Regularly feel your testicles. They should be smooth all the way around. If you notice a bump that is attached to one that wasn't there the last time you checked, have it looked at.
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drink camel pee,best way to get rid of cancer,surgery,etc etc,keep drinking camel pee for 40 days,im not joking,im serious, i know that it sounds ugly,but if u wanna stay alive.. you will do it,operation wont help much, it will even get quicker,so please listen to my advice and do what i say,goodluc…
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If u catch it early your all good .remember cancer spreads so do regular checks up
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Yes, you can still father a child.
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Men between 15-50 get testicular cancer, but cases have been reported of men younger and older than that range. TC is the most common form of cancer for men 15-35. There is a higher risk rate for caucasian men, so rates are higher in Europe, UK, Canada, and Australia. Early detection can help ensure…
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yes it can spread
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yes you can it will be a prosthetic one to match the other
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I learned from a consultant that it doesn't matter how hard you get hurt in the balls it will not cause cancer, but you would be better off going to your local gp/doctor.
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Yes, but it's very rare.
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No, you don't have to have a lump to have cancer. It could any of these symptoms too: a dull ache or sharp pain in the testicles or scrotum which may come and go, a feeling of heaviness in the scrotum, a dull ache in your lower abdomen, a sudden collection of fluid in the scrotum, fatigue and a gene…
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Yes a 14 year old can have testicular cancer. However, only 5.4% of testicular cancer cases occur in men under the age of 20. The median age of men diagnosed with testicular cancer is 34 years of age. If you have concerns about your testicles, best to see a doctor as other problems involving the tes…
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The exact cause of testicular cancer is unknown. There is no link between vasectomy and testicular cancer. Factors that may increase a man's risk for testicular cancer include: Abnormal testicle development History of testicular cancer History of undescended testicle(s) Klinefelter syndrome Other …
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they two tupe of solid is crytal some thing and the other is atomon somehting mayb eit ring a bell from 8th grade
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A family history of the disease
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Cancer of any kind must be identified at the earliest because cancer worsens due to continuous multiplication of the carcinogenic cells. If the site of the cancer is identified, then the infected tissue can be removed and the patient can be saved. But if the identification takes place at a later sta…
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A lump in the scrotum, possibly accompanied by pain or a heavy feeling, can be a sign of testicular cancer. Not all lumps in the testicular area are cancer.
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This is impossible to say. Too many factors matter. it depends on the person's: - health history - how the treatment works on him - what treatments they use - If he has support from friends and family. Don't underestimate the emotional side. - how long it takes before the cancer is detected a…
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It's a way to examine your own testicles for possible signs of cancer. It's a personal decision as to whether or not you want to do it though, almost every man who does them will become unnecessarily worried, including myself.
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This statement is incorrect. Testicular cancer is always unilateral (only on one side). If testicular cancer is found in both, it is almost always metastasis, which is spread of the cancer from one testis to the the other.
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the answer is yes.there are no collateral circulation in testicle areas, the only circulation goes to there is the 5th outlet of oxygenated blood from descending aorta.It might involved liver on right or pancreas or spleen on left.any pain point in the abdomen represents blockage.press down on pain …
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Gunnar Nilsson (1948-1978) won the 1977 Belgian Grand Prix, but died shortly after leaving Team Lotus to join the Arrows Formula One team.
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I'm not sure but if you have hit puberty then it's possible i suppose but unlikely. it is the same with teenage girls getting breats cancer- its possible but very unlikely at such a young age. i hope this has helped you.....however if you did feel a lump chances are it could just be growth tissue at…
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It means go to the doctor.
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I was treated 10 years ago and today I have a two year olc daughter who looks too much like me to deny she does not look at all like her Chinese mother so I am not concerned about who the father is
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Yes , it is posible.In Romania a guy who had cancer and made chimo, managed to have a healthy baby this year.
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if your dad or close relatives have had it being around carsenogens and if you have a lump on your nuts haha kinda kidding with the last one
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If you suspect you may have testicular cancer, you need to see your doctor as soon as possible. You want to get it diagnosed and treated before it spreads to the rest of your body. If caught early, it has a cure rate of about 85%.
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I apologize for the grammatical errors, I couldn't fit everything in there with punctuation. Besides, the site wouldn't allow it - haha
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Yes, as long as the sperm are functioning properly. Many men with testicular cancer freeze their sperm for later use before beginning a treatment for the disease. This is due radiation and chemotherapy treatments can damage or destroy the sperm.
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I am not a doctor, but please take my advice and go to a doctor. A family member of mine was just recently diagnosed with testicular cancer and what you are describing needs attention ASAP. Testicular cancers have a very high success rate. (I believe in the high 90 percentage) But ONLY if you go to …
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Signs of possible testicular cancer includes pea size hard lump on the testicle, persistent pain in the groin area or persistent pain in the lower back. If you have any of these symptoms, see your doctor for an exam as soon as possible.
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Testicular cancer at 15 is rare, but it is possible. If you have any pain in your testicles, lower stomach or back, or you feel a pea size lump on your testicles, see your doctor for an immediate evaluation for testicular cancer.
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Yes. It is more frequent between the ages of 15 - 30, but can be earlier or later. You should perform self-checks regularly. Please see the 'Related Links' below to learn more about how to check for testicular cancer.
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Yes if its not cared for
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Loss of fertility, risk of death...
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For the preliminary screening, your typical family doctor will work. If they suspect you may really have cancer, then they could refer you to a urologist or an oncologist. But almost any primary care doctor can do the diagnosis.
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no it cannot give testicular cancer
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No, women cannot be affected by testicular cancer. Cancer is also not contagious.
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Yes, Lance Armstrong had two tumors in his brain.
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Hi I'm 30yrs old played football for 12 yrs very fit healthy guy.woke up one morning to get my hernia check up while I was there he check my testicle and found a lump he refers me to get a xray and there they found cancer.so it could happen to anyone SO WATCH OUT GUYS GET REGULAR CHECKS.REMEMBER WE …
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Nobody 'developed' it ! It is a genetic mutation of the body - not some 'invented' disease.
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That is not true at all.According to the American Cancer Society, pregnancy tests work by detecting a hormone called Beta-HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin). Beta-HCG is produced by the cells of a woman's placenta during pregnancy, but is also excreted by some tumors "including some, but not all, te…
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Not unless they're (a) HIV positive AND (b) you have unprotected sex !
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Testicular cancer, on the other hand, frequently occurs in younger men; in fact, it is the most common cancer diagnosed in males between the ages of 15 and 34.
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There is no effective alternative to radical orchiectomy in the treatment of testicular cancer; radiation and chemotherapy are considered follow-up treatments rather than alternatives.
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Family history of testicular cancer.
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A 2004 study showed that cigarette smoking increased risk of testicular cancer and quitting smoking did not reduce the risk.
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Testicular cancer is most common in men between the ages of 15 and 34.
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"Cigarette Smoking Influences Testicular Cancer Risk." Medical Devices and Surgical Technology Week March 28, 2004: 218.
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The ACS estimated that there would be about 8,100 new cases of testicular cancer in 2005 in the United States.
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Like some forms of skin cancer, testicular cancer tends to spread rapidly and early detection is crucial.
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A testicular exam is when you roll your testicles around in your hands to feel for potential cancer/tumors. Is it important? Yes, however it is not as important as breast exams for women, since breast cancer is more common than testicular cancer. It can also lead to hypochondria, so don't do it unle…
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A mother who took diethylstilbestrol (DES) during pregnancy.
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It is not yet known whether this increase is a simple reflection of improved diagnostic techniques or whether there are other causes.
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Men with a history of childhood cryptorchidism are three to 14 times more likely to develop testicular cancer.
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There are currently no scientifically proven alternative treatments known for testicular cancer. Nothing has been shown to be as successful as conventional treatment. However, some patients may find certain alternative or.
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The risk for testicular cancer is much higher for boys born with one or both of their testicles located in the lower abdomen rather than in the scrotum.
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The main risk factors associated with testicular cancer--cryptorchidism, family history of the disease, and being Caucasian--are unavoidable since they are present at birth. In addition, many men diagnosed with the disease have no.
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