Did you know that if you’re using tobacco, you may develop this kind of cancer? This cancer may also trigger when your family has a history of Testicular Cancer.
Some studies suggest being unproductive could be a risk factor for developing testicular cancer, but this has yet to be proven.
First and foremost, let us know first about this kind of cancer.
Testicular Cancer is a fatal tumor that starts in cell of a testicle. Fatal means that it can spread to other parts of the body.
People having this cancer may experience pain or discomfort, with or without swelling, in a testicle or the scrotum, feeling of heaviness in the scrotum, sudden buildup of fluid in the scrotum, enlargement of the breast. Also a dull ache in the groin or abdomen, back pain, shortness of breath, and chest pain.
Based on some researches, a lot of development has been made in treating testicular cancer. Treatment for testicular cancer are chemotherapy, surgery, radiation therapy, and high-dose chemotherapy and stem cell transplant.
If you’re experiencing this signs and symptoms, it is the best to consult your doctor now. The earlier the cancer is treated, the better the expected outcome.
Source: Sizzling Feeds