11. Headache or confusion
In some cases, a person whose testicular cancer already spread to the brain may suffer headaches or confusion, according to the American Cancer Society.
The average age of men diagnosed with testicular cancer is 33, which means the disease largely affect young and middle-aged men. However, 7% of cases also happen to children and teenagers, and 7% in men age 55 or older.
Some men with testicular cancer do not experience symptoms, and they discover their disease during a medical examination for other condition.
Always remember that it is important to examine changes in your testicles especially for lumps or swellings once a month. Self-examination among men should start after puberty.
Make an appointment an immediate appointment with your doctor if you notice a swelling. Early detection could help you prevent the spread of cancer from your testicles to other parts of your body.