Testicular Self Exam. French. Auto-examen des testicules. Les hommes doivent examiner leurs testicules tous les mois en commençant à la puberté. Le cancer. Carla, ya terminamos el examen. Por favor AUDIO w w w.s prin HCP: The best time todo the male testicular self-examination is after a shower or bath. Autoexamen Testicular – Men’s Health Network (Red de la Salud de los Hombres ) Autoexamen de los Testículos – Centro de Medicina Hospital Overlake.
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A testicular self-exam is a way for men to notice any changes, lumps, or abnormalities in their testicles.
Testicular self-examination | English to Spanish | Medical (general)
These changes may be a sign of testicular cancer. Since the benefits are not clear, many professional organizations, including the American Cancer Society do not make specific recommendations about regular testicular self-exams for all men.
In most cases, you will have a testicular exam during regular check-ups generally every years. Talk to your doctor about the risks and benefits of monthly self-exams. testivular
You may be advised to do monthy self-exams if you are considered at high risk for testicular cancer. In addition, if you feel aching in the lower abdomen or groin, or a feeling of heaviness in the scrotum, tell your doctor.
Testicular Self-Exam (TSE)
This may be a warning sign of cancer. This content is reviewed regularly and is updated when new and relevant evidence is made available.
This information is neither intended nor implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new treatment or with questions regarding a medical condition.
Call Aspen Medical Group at You may be considered high-risk if you have: Undescended testicle s A family member with testicular cancer A history of testicular cancer If your doctor recommends doing monthly self-exams, follow the steps below. Steps for a Testicular Self-exam To make it easier to remember, select some specific day such as the first twsticular of the month when you will routinely perform this exam.
It is easier to do the exam while standing up after a warm bath or autosxamen. The warmth makes the skin of the scrotum soft and relaxed, so it is easier to examine the testicular surface underneath it. Take extra time on your first self-exam to find out how your testicles feel normally.
For example, the back surface contains the epididymis, which stores sperm from the testicles. It feels like a small bump on the side of the testis, which might be mistaken for an abnormal growth if you are unaware of the area. Hold each testis in your hand, feeling whether its size or weight have changed since your last self-exam.
Look at your scrotum to see if there are any changes. Hold an individual testis in both hands and roll it slowly with the thumb and fingers of your hand, feeling for small testivular or areas of soreness. The most common first finding of testicular cancer is a small, firm lump attached to the testis.
If you notice any changes, lumps, or other abnormalities, see your doctor right away.