Palpation with the fingers. Also, an Ultrasound is used.
Like some forms of skin cancer, testicular cancer tends to spread rapidly and early detection is crucial.
No. That would have no effect on the pap test.
If cancer is suspected, the doctor will order an Ultrasound.
Contact your physician if you notice any lumps or changes to your testicles or scrotum. Regular self-exams and early detection is essential for the successful treatment of testicular cancer. Some symptoms of testicular cancer include: .a lump in or on the testicleenlarging or shrinking of the testiclea heavy feeling in the scrotumpain, discomfort, or a dull ache in the testicle, groin, scrotum, or lower abdomen
no it cannot give testicular cancer
Family history of testicular cancer.
No, women cannot be affected by testicular cancer. Cancer is also not contagious.
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.
Yes, you can get testicular cancer.
The drug treatment for testicular cancer is either surgical radiation or chemotherapy.