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Testicular cancer and treatment
 
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Treatments Of Testicular Cancer - Manipal Hospital
 
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Symptoms of testicular cancer can vary slightly based on the place of tumor’s presence. In Germ Cell Tumors Testicular cancer, there can be a presence of lump on one of both testicles which may or may not be painful. You may also notice swelling of the testicles. Treatment of testicular cancer is surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy or a combination of these procedures based on the advancement of cancer. This video is an informative animated presentation that explains Testicular Cancer- diagnosis and treatment. Testicular Cancer is a disease of abnormal cell growth in one or both of your testicles. It usually begins in the germ cells where genetic damage or changes called mutations cause the cells to grow uncontrollably. The cancerous germ cells clump together to form a tumour which continues to grow. In most cases, these mutations occur in the germ cells and are called germ cell tumours. Symptoms of testicular cancer may include painless mass on your testicle or testicular pain or swelling. If you have testicular cancer your doctor may recommend surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or a combination of treatments. Treatments for testicular cancer are based on the type and stage of the tumour. Your treatment will usually begin with the removal of the cancerous testicle through a radical inguinal orchiectomy. For this procedure your surgeon will make an incision in your lower abdomen, and then your surgeon will remove your testicle from your scrotum. Your surgeon will close the incision with sutures or surgical staples. Next your pathologist will analyse your testicle to determine which type of cancer you have and plan further treatment. Watch the video to learn some Testicular cancer facts. Manipal Hospitals provides a complete range of solutions for cancer care and treatments. To know more visit our website : https://www.manipalhospitals.com/ Get Connected Here: ================== Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ManipalHospitalsIndia Google+: https://plus.google.com/111550660990613118698 Twitter: https://twitter.com/ManipalHealth Pinterest: https://in.pinterest.com/manipalhospital Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/company/manipal-hospital Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/manipalhospitals/ Foursquare: https://foursquare.com/manipalhealth Alexa: http://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/manipalhospitals.com Blog: https://www.manipalhospitals.com/blog/
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What Is Testicular Cancer, How Do You Get It, and How Is It Treated?
 
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Dr. Narayana Ambati, M.D. of Urology Associates of Central California discusses causes, treatments, and more regarding testicular cancer.
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Symptoms Of Testicular Cancer Not To Be Overlooked
 
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Testicular Cancer Treatment
 
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Related Videos: Testicular Cancer - An Overview https://youtu.be/e49g5KlnMXA Symptoms Of Testicular Cancer https://youtu.be/1PSHSX_Z3AE Testicular Cancer Treatment Happily, a number of effective treatments have been developed for testicular cancer in the last few decades. Generally speaking, testicular cancer treatment includes the same options as many other forms of cancer: surgery, radiation, or chemotherapy. The treatment depends on the type and stage of cancer, along with the patient's overall health, and personal preferences. Surgery Surgically removing the cancerous testicle is the primary treatment. This is true in all stages of the disease. The testicle can be replaced with a prosthesis, if the patient wishes. In early-stage testicular cancer, removal may be all that's needed. In some cases, it's also necessary to remove nearby lymph nodes. This is done through an incision in your abdomen. In surgery-only cases, the patient can expect a series of follow-up appointments every few months, and less frequently as time goes by. These follow ups will include blood tests, CT scans and other procedures to make sure cancer has returned. Radiation therapy is appropriate in certain cases, especially for those who have the seminoma type, which grows slowly in the cells that produce sperm. Your doctor may also recommend it after surgery to remove a testicle. Radiation therapy employs high-powered, precisely pinpointed energy beams to kill cancer cells. Some side effects may occur, including * nausea * fatigue, * skin redness or irritation in the lower abdomen and groin Radiation treatments may also reduce sperm counts and fertility. Chemotherapy, as the name implies, relies on chemicals to destroy cancer cells. Chemotherapy side effects depend on the specific drugs being used, but often include * fatigue, * nausea, * hair loss * increased risk of infection. As with radiation, chemotherapy may also lead to permanent infertility, but this is not the case for every patient. Compared with other types of cancer, testicular cancer is fairly rare. Males between the ages of 15 and 35 are most at risk. Researchers have not yet been able to determine the exact causes. I've produced several other videos on this topic. You can watch them by clicking on the links above.
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How to Prevent Testicular Cancer | Testicular Cancer
 
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1  What is NOT Testicular Cancer
 
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Testicular Cancer Less Known Symptoms and Natural Remedies
 
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Testicular Cancer is a rare, fast-proliferating disease of usually young otherwise healthy men, highly curable when detected early & preventable with the regimen I describe in this video clip. It develops in one or both testicles (the testes) in men mostly aged 18-35. Rarely it can touch older men. Symptoms of Testicular Cancer: - Painless swelling and/or lump in one or both testes. The lump can be the size of a pea or as large as a marble. - Lasting pain, sensation of heaviness in the testes or scrotum, sudden collection of fluid in the scrotum. - Shrinking or hardening of a testicle. - Enlargement & heavy feeling in the scrotum. - Discharge of sperm & seminal fluid. - Breast growth and tenderness. - Dull ache, fullness or feeling of pressure in the lower abdomen, pelvis or groin. - Pain in the lower back. - Lack of energy, unjustified sweating, fever, malaise. - Shortness of breath, coughing or chest pain. - Headache or confusion. Steps to Prevent & Fight Any Cancer - Strengthen your immune system whose macrophage cells hunt for & destroy cancer cells. A compromised immune system is a major cause for any cancer. See my video Foods to Stimulate Your Immune & Lymphatic Systems. - Stay positive –Acceptance is the key in your fight against cancer. Keep an upbeat, open mind to the natural remedies that prove to fortify your immunity & embrace them. - Detoxify regularly to keep your detoxification system (skin, liver, lungs, kidneys, lymphatic system, & colon) work together to flush out the toxins and waste naturally. See my video Best Detox Foods. - Change your diet & lifestyle. Eat healthy foods recommended in my videos (organic, alkaline, whole foods), exercise regularly, perform outdoor activities in the sunlight, keep a normal body weight, de-stress, decompress. - Alkalinize – Cancer thrives & proliferates in acidic environment. The pH in and around cancer cells is acidic. Knowing that acid pH stimulates tumor cell invasion & metastasis, it is vital to adopt an alkaline diet (see next 2 slides). An alkaline pH protects the body against cancer & helps to fight it. - Oxygenate – According to Dr. Otto Warburg, Nobel prize winner, low oxygen is characteristic of cancer cells which cannot live in an oxygen-rich or alkaline environment. Therefore, increase the circulation of oxygen flow to the cells by adequate diet & exercise.
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Natural Treatments I Used to Heal Testicular Cancer   Jordan Rubin
 
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What Is Testicular Cancer? | Testicular Cancer
 
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Watch more How to Understand Testicular Cancer videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/511969-What-Is-Testicular-Cancer-Testicular-Cancer Testicular cancer is a cancer that affects approximately one in 250 men, in the span of their lifetime with an incidence of about 0.4%. Notably, it affects most commonly men between 20 and 40, so of all cancers that affect men between the ages of 20 and 40, testicular cancer is the most common one. When we talk about how common it is, we talk about something called a bi-modal distribution. Which means that there's two spikes of peak incidents and one spike occurs between 20 and 40, another spike occurs around the age of 60. Men who get testicular cancer around the age of 60 tend to have a type of cancer called spermadicitic seminoma. Testicular cancer as any other cancer is basically an abnormal or uncontrolled growth of cells within the testicle, and when some of those cells grow uncontrollably, and have the ability to both invade and spread to other parts of the body, we refer to that as testicular cancer. Of the various types of testicular cancer, cancers can arise from cells within the testicle where sperm is produced or there are other types of cells in an area called the interstitium, where they have certain cell types called leydig cells and sertoli cells. Leydig cells are actually responsible for testosterone production. You can get tumors of the leydig cells, they're called leydig cell tumors. You can get tumors of the sertoli cells. Leydig and sertoli cell tumors are one type, but they actually represent the minority of testicular cancers, approximately 5.0% or less. Ninety-five percent of testicular cancers arise from the sperm producing cells, what we call the germ cell tumors. Of germ cell tumors, there are also many different types. However, we broadly classify them into two broad categories, one type being seminoma and the second type being non-seminoma. Now non-seminoma can have multiple subtypes within that group and those include things like embryonal cell carcinoma, teratoma, choriocarcinoma and yolk-sac tumor. These are all types of testicular cancer. There are other types of cancer that can affect the testicle as well. These may be things such as lymphoma, which can involve other parts of the body and actually grow within the testicle itself. There are some more rare types of very aggressive cancers that can affect the testicle such as rabdomiosarcoma, sarcomas and these are very aggressive forms of cancer. They don't necessarily originate within the testicle. However, there are also some benign conditions that affect the testicle that can often be confused for testicular cancer and there are tumors that arise in the tissue around the testicles that can be benign as well. But in general, when we refer to testicular cancer we're talking about cancers that arise from the testicles. The most common types we talk about, as I mentioned before, 95% are what we call germ-cell tumors with seminoma and non-seminoma. The reason we categorize, we put cancers into these separate, broad categories, seminoma versus non-seminoma, it really affects the way we manage the cancer, we treat the cancer. There are different algorithms and different pathways we use when evaluating, diagnosing and treating patients with these different types of cancers.
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My Final Day of Testicular Cancer Chemotherapy
 
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A vlog of my last testicular cancer chemo day - one step closer to being cancer free! There are over 9,000 new cases of testicular cancer every year, averaging one new diagnosis every hour of every day. One in 250 men will be diagnosed with testicular cancer at some point in their life, with 50% of these cases occurring in men ages 15-35. About 6% of cases occur in children and teens, and about 8% occur in men over the age of 55. 90% of the time, testicular cancer presents as a lump in the testicle. A lump in the testicle can be detected early through regular self-exams. Best done during or after a shower when the scrotum is relaxed, place your index and middle fingers under the testicle with your thumb on top. Firmly but gently, roll each testicle between your fingers. Any weird lumps or bumps should be checked out by a doctor ASAP. According to a 2018 study done by CACTI, more than 1 in 3 of all men polled have never been told about the importance of a monthly testicular self- exam. Nearly half of those surveyed do not perform testicular self-exams. 42% of men don’t even know how to perform one, according to the Testicular Cancer Society. Despite all of these facts and figures, testicular cancer is not talked about enough in society. My hopes are that sharing my story from beginning to end with an open attitude will stimulate more open discussion and bring a larger focus to men’s health in general. Knowing someone who is going through testicular cancer can help make it more real to men who might not otherwise be concerned about their own health. I put my face where their balls are (which is a somewhat awkward turn of phrase). The title, A Ballsy Sense of Tumor, is purposefully chosen to convey this mission is all about testicular cancer and that I talk about it in as positively and with as much humor as you can use when discussing cancer. While cancer is no laughing matter, my method is to approach it with humor, awareness, and positivity. A Ballsy Sense of Tumor was founded by Justin Birckbichler, a men’s health activist, testicular cancer survivor, and fourth grade teacher. From being diagnosed in November 2016 at the age of 25, to finishing chemo in January 2017, to being cleared in remission in March, he has been passionate about sharing his story to spread awareness and promote open conversation about men's health. Carpe Scrotiem! Visit the website: http://www.aballsysenseoftumor.com/ Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aballsysenseoftumor/ Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/absotTC Follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aballsysenseoftumor
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9 signs of testicular cancer (Told by someone who had it)
 
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Thank you all for your support and your views i seriously appreciate them. I will go back to the fitness videos soon i promise. June 19th i should know if i still have cancer, June 23rd i should go back to working out. Time will tell and i will tell you guys when i find out. Have a great day. Check out the merch https://teespring.com/stores/beast-by-design Follow me on my social media profiles…. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/peyton__d/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/peyt_the_great Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/judgementdayfitforum/ Heres my Paypal if you want to support the channel! https://www.paypal.me/peyton4753 My spotify workout playlist https://open.spotify.com/user/8q9ju0psy2jzn0fmrnygmt5g3/playlist/6WbvkHhxtso20LjeQQHrUd?si=HJozaLd5TQ2f3ksT_frVsQ
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Testicular Cancer: What You Really Need to Know | UCLAMDCHAT Webinars
 
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UCLA urologist Mark Litwin Mark Litwin, MD, MPH, chair of the UCLA Department of Urology, and a testicular cancer survivor, as he describes the basics of testicular cancer diagnosis and treatment and the latest in clinical management.
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Symptoms of testicular cancer
 
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Dr. Oz Teaches 300 Men How to Check for Testicular Cancer | The Oprah Winfrey Show | OWN
 
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What happened when Oprah turned her show over to Dr. Oz and an audience full of anxious men? Watch as the famous physician teaches 300 guys how to test themselves for testicular cancer—and pulls out a few unusual props to illustrate his point. For more on #oprahwinfreyshow, visit http://bit.ly/1ODj0x7 Find OWN on TV at http://www.oprah.com/FindOWN #OWNTV #oprahwinfreyshow #Oprahwinfrey SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/1vqD1PN Download the Watch OWN App: http://bit.ly/2hr1nX2 Download the OWN Bold Moves App: http://bit.ly/2hglOIa About OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network is the first and only network named for, and inspired by, a single iconic leader. Oprah Winfrey's heart and creative instincts inform the brand -- and the magnetism of the channel. Winfrey provides leadership in programming and attracts superstar talent to join her in primetime, building a global community of like-minded viewers and leading that community to connect on social media and beyond. OWN is a singular destination on cable. Depth with edge. Heart. Star power. Connection. And endless possibilities. Discover OWN TV: Find OWN on your TV!: http://bit.ly/1wJ0ugI Our Fantastic Lineup: http://bit.ly/1qMi2jE Connect with OWN Online: Visit the OWN WEBSITE: http://bit.ly/1qMi2jE Like OWN on FACEBOOK: http://on.fb.me/1AXYujp Follow OWN on TWITTER: http://bit.ly/1sJin8Y Follow OWN on INSTAGRAM: http://bit.ly/LnqzMz Follow OWN on PINTEREST: http://bit.ly/2dvfPeN Dr. Oz Teaches 300 Men How to Check for Testicular Cancer | The Oprah Winfrey Show | OWN http://www.youtube.com/user/OWN
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Testicular Cancer Signs & Symptoms | Testicular Cancer
 
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Watch more How to Understand Testicular Cancer videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/511970-Testicular-Cancer-Signs-and-Symptoms-Testicular-Cancer Most commonly testicular cancer usually presents with a mass that appears within the testicle. There may be things that occur that draw the patient's attention to that mass, for example pain or discomfort in the groin area or trauma. Sometimes people have trauma to the area and all of a sudden it draws attention to the area, and they examine themselves or someone examines that area, and they feel a firm, solid mass within the testicle. That is the classic appearance of testicular cancer. Until proven otherwise, any solid, firm mass within the testicle should be considered as a potential cancer although there are other things that can cause similar findings. That's one of the more common presentations. Testicular cancer can spread to other parts of the body including the abdominal area, the chest, and various other areas. When it does do that, then patients may notice symptoms due to the spread of cancer to those sites. For example, when cancer spreads to the lungs, patients may have shortness of breath or difficulty breathing. Cancer can spread through the lymphatic channels to lymph nodes in the body. Sometimes if there's extensive spread, patients may feel lumps in the neck area or the groin areas, various other parts of the body, that may signify the presence of cancer. In general, most of those cases, most cases of testicular cancer will also have some form of a mass within the testicle itself. It's not always a 100% guarantee but most commonly that's the way it presents.
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Testicular Cancer
 
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(Visit: http://www.uctv.tv/) Testicular cancer is most common cancer in young men and is a model of a curable cancer. UCSF genitourinary cancer specialist Dr. Terence Friedlander reviews the basic biology of testicular cancer and discusses the management of the disease, focusing on the clinical presentation, management of early stage disease, role of multimodality treatment, survivorship and the long term effects of chemotherapy and radiation, and discuss questions facing the field today, including the role of autologous bone marrow transplantation for advanced disease. Recorded on 07/01/2014. Series: "UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine presents Mini Medical School for the Public" [9/2014] [Health and Medicine] [Show ID: 28500]
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वीर्यकोष कैंसर का उपचार - Viryakosh Cancer Ka Upchaar
 
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There may be cancer in the testicles of a man and in this video we are going to show you how you can check that and how to deal with it. कैंसर की सभी बीमारीयों में वीर्यकोष कैंसर या टेस्‍टिकुलर कैंसर एक दुर्लभ बीमारी है, जो आमतौर पर 15 से 40 वर्ष की उम्र के पुरूषों में पायी जाती है, इसके ईलाज का कोई भी सही रास्‍ता या उपाय नहीं है। शुरूआती अवस्था मेंटेस्‍टिकुलर कैंसर बीमारी का ईलाज किया जा स‍कता है।
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Testicular Cancer
 
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Testicular cancer develops in the testicles, a part of the male reproductive system. Treatment options for seminomatous and non-seminomatious tumors such as radical inguinal orchiectomy, chemotherapy, retroperitoneal lymph node dissection, and radiation therapy are covered. For information on Covenant Health cancer services, visit www.covenanthealth.com/cancercare
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Stage 3 Testicular Cancer | Testicular Cancer
 
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Testicular cancer : Causes, Diagnosis, Symptoms, Treatment, Prognosis
 
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Learn how to identify and treat cancer in the testicle | Natural Health
 
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Learn how to identify and treat cancer in the testicle | Natural Health Testicular cancer is a rare type of tumor that mostly develops in young people between 15 and 35 years of age. In addition, testicular cancer is more common in individuals who have already suffered severe trauma or multiple trauma in the region, such as athletes, for example. Generally, the cancer develops very slowly and, therefore, the symptoms of testicular cancer can be difficult to identify. However, the most common include:.....For more watch video in detail. Don't forget to subscribe For more recipes and tips, subscribe to the channel! Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/nhealth64 Follow us on Tumblr: https://nhealth64.tumblr.com/ Follow us on Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/u/0/105904658669748534934 Disclaimer: The materials and the information contained on Natural Health channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. None of the information on our videos is a substitute for a diagnosis and treatment by your health professional. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider. _ Images licensed under CC: www.pixabay.com www.flickr.com www.pexels.com en.wikipedia.org commons.wikimedia.org www.publicdomainpictures.net Some images downloaded from shutterstock.com.
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How to Cope with Testicular Cancer | Testicular Cancer
 
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Watch more How to Understand Testicular Cancer videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/511978-How-to-Cope-with-Testicular-Cancer-Testicular-Cancer Cancer of any type is always concerning to patients and anxiety-provoking, and naturally so. When I see a patient with testicular cancer, the first thing I try to do is reassure them because if there's any type of cancer to have testicular cancer is probably the best one to have. It is highly treatable for patients who undergo the appropriate treatments and the appropriate followup. Therefore it is very rare that we lose a patient to testicular cancer. The survival rate for testicular cancer is well over 95%. The patients who have cancer that is confined to the testicle and has not spread anywhere else, the survival rate is essentially 100%. Even in cases of advanced testicular cancer where cancer has spread to the abdomen, the chest, the brain, such as in the case of Lance Armstrong, many of those patients, well over 80-85% of those patients, will survive the disease. The first step in reassuring patients is to explain to them that it is highly treatable. As I said, if you're going to have any type of cancer, testicular cancer is probably one of the better ones to have. Regardless, in many cases it's still devastating to patients. Patients still have to cope with the fact that they may have loss of the testicle. They may have issues with fertility or having a hard time having children afterwards. For that reason we can also counsel patients to perform something called sperm banking where they donate their sperm ahead of time and have it saved in case they want to have children down the road. We also have to address the fact that they may require additional therapies. Other than surgery, they may require chemotherapy, which can be difficult to go through as well. In some cases, it can be a drawn out process to undergo treatment of testicular cancer. However, the way I explain it to patients. There's a light at the end of the tunnel and once you get through those treatments, then you know that there's a very high likelihood that you're going to be around for the rest of your life, to share that time with your families. In order to cope with these issues while you're undergoing treatments, often cancer centers or physicians that you see will be able to guide you to support groups that may be available to you. Support groups that include other testicular cancer patients. I think it's very helpful to talk to other people who have gone through treatments for these disease process and to see that they're doing well. These people, these support groups provide great resources for you to not only understand your disease, understand what you're going through, but also provide emotional support for what you're going through. There are many resources available to you if you are diagnosed with the disease. As I said, unlike other cancers, which may sometimes be a death sentence, testicular cancer is highly survivable and highly curable if you do all the appropriate measures that are necessary.
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What Causes Testicular Cancer | Testicular Cancer
 
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Watch more How to Understand Testicular Cancer videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/511971-What-Causes-Testicular-Cancer-Testicular-Cancer As with many cancers, we can't necessarily pinpoint the exact cause of testicular cancer. We know that it's due to some form of genetic mutations that occur within the cells of the testicle that causes the abnormal growth of these cells, and causes them to become cancerous. We do know, however, that there are several risk factors that can increase a person's risk of developing testicular cancer. The most common ones that we talk about are a family history, so if you have a relative who had testicular cancer, and then there's a condition called an undescended testicle. Normally during the development of the testicles, embryologically and as a baby is growing within the uterus, the testicles originate up here in the abdominal area. Throughout the development process, they actually descend downward and they go through a canal in the groin, called the inguinal canal, and they end up down in the scrotal area. That is called the process of descent and in some conditions there can be what is called an undescended testicle, a condition that we refer to as cryptorchidism. This condition is known to increase the risk of development of testicular cancer, not only in the testicle that had the failure of descent, but also in the other testicle. So anybody who has had cryptorchidism or an undescended testicle may be at higher risk of developing cancer, and should be performing self-examinations. Now, various recommendations have been made about performing self-examinations. The U.S. Preventative Task Force has said that it's not necessarily to routinely screen for testicular cancer. The American Urological Association, however, does actually recommend monthly self-examinations for men by examining the testicles to make sure that there are no masses within the testis. But certainly, if you have a family history of testicular cancer or if you have a history of an undescended testicle, then you should be definitely performing self-examinations to ensure that you don't develop a mass within the testis.
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Radiation Therapy for Testicular Cancer | Testicular Cancer
 
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Watch more How to Understand Testicular Cancer videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/511975-Radiation-Therapy-for-Testicular-Cancer-Testicular-Cancer When we talk about treatments for testicular cancer, we talk about various modalities including surgery, radiation therapy and chemotherapy. We know that testicular cancer is highly responsive to all of these treatment modalities. In fact, the survival rate for testicular cancer is very high, exceeding 90% to 95% if patients follow the appropriate recommendations by their physicians and undergo their required therapies. Now, radiation for testicular cancer is done in certain conditions. Not all types of testicular cancer are treatable with radiation, but when we speak about testicular cancer we talk about two broad categories. There are seminomas and there are what we call nonseminomatous germ cell tumors. The nonseminomas encompass a range of various types of cancers, but when we talk about radiation, radiation is most commonly used for the treatment of the seminoma type of testicular cancer. Depending on the stage of your cancer, then we may or may not recommend radiation therapy following the removal of the testicle. In some cases, if you have cancer confined to the testicle with no evidence of cancer anywhere else, then we will offer patients several options if you have a seminoma. We will say, "You could choose to do surveillance," which means monitoring of the cancer to see if it recurs and only treat in the future if it recurs. The second option, even if you don't have evidence on a CT scan of disease in the abdominal area would be to undergo radiation to the abdominal area because there is a possibility there could be cancerous tissue in the lymph nodes that is microscopic and not detectable by CT imaging. In those cases, then, undergoing radiation therapy reduces the risk of development of cancer down the road and reduces the risk of spread of cancer. Although in some cases it may be overkill because not everybody in that situation would have cancer in those lymph nodes. But in general we will counsel patients who have what we call stage one seminoma, which means cancer confined to the testicle with no evidence of the disease anywhere else. We will council them on the options of surveillance versus radiation therapy. It would then be the patient's decision to determine what they would want to do.
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How is Testicular Cancer Treated? | Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
 
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For more information about testicular cancer symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and support, visit http://www.dana-farber.org/Adult-Care/Treatment-and-Support/Testicular-Cancer.aspx. Dr. Clair Beard, Director of the Testicular Cancer Program at Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women's Cancer Center, describes treatment options for men diagnosed with testicular cancer. Transcription: Stage 1 testicular cancer implies that there is only cancer in the testicle, and now the testicle has been removed. You've had your blood tests, your tumor markers, and there’s no sign of any tumor marker elevation after the testicle has been removed. You’ve had a chest X-ray, a chest CT; there’s no sign of tumor in the test. And you've had an abdomen and pelvis CT scan, and there’s no sign of tumor in the abdomen. So, you have a stage 1 tumor. So now, you have choices. One choice is to have monitoring—we call this ‘active surveillance’—and that means no more treatment, just monitoring. With active surveillance, we don’t treat anybody unless they relapse, and the chance of relapse is dependent upon what kind of cancer was actually in the testicle. If you had a seminoma, your chance of relapse is between 10% and 15%. With certain kinds of non-seminoma, the chance of relapse can be as low as 10% and as high as 50%, so the monitoring schedule that we set up for you is dependent upon the kind of testicular cancer you have. You might have a CAT scan as infrequently as every six months or as frequently as every three months—it depends on, again, the histology. Then what happens is you come in for your CAT scan, however often as necessary. You come in and the CAT scan is negative; you go home and wait until your next CAT scan appointment. And then if your CAT scans are free and clear, you never have to have treatment. If at any time something shows up on the CAT scan, then—and only then—do you receive treatment. Then the treatment depends on what shows up. If you have a seminoma and a small lymph node shows up at some point on your CAT scan, well then you can have a course of low-dose radiotherapy. If you have a non-seminoma and a lymph node shows up, you might have some chemotherapy. Now, for some patients—particularly with non-seminoma—you might think, ‘Well, I don’t know if I want to come in every three months for a CAT scan, or every four months for a CAT scan. I might want treatment now—this makes me nervous.’ Well, you might choose to have one cycle of three kinds of chemotherapy, and this is very effective treatment. That decreases your risk of recurrence from 50% down to less than 5%. So, for some patients that’s an option, and our medical oncologist would discuss that with you. The important thing to understand when you have stage 1 testicular cancer is whether you choose for upfront treatment or you choose to be monitored, the cure is exactly the same—it’s almost 100% either way, so patients do really well with stage 1 testicular cancer. Stage 2 testicular cancer implies that you have some tumor in the upper abdomen. When testicular cancer spreads, it spreads first to the upper abdomen—not to the lymph nodes near the testicular—but actually the lymphs nodes near the kidneys. For those patients, treatment can be low-dose radiotherapy for seminoma patients, and pretty much everybody else it’s chemotherapy. Typically what happens is patients get three or four cycles of chemotherapy, and a cycle is a grouping of chemotherapy typically given over three weeks. They get their CAT scans after the chemotherapy is completed. They go into complete remission, and then they're monitored in the months and years that follow chemotherapy. Again, cure rates are very, very high. Patients do very well. It’s important if you choose to have treatment for your stage 2 testicular cancer to receive treatment with someone who understands how to treat testicular cancer. Testicular cancer is rare. It’s a little bit tricky to treat, so it’s important to have someone who knows how to treat testicular cancer properly. For stages 3 and 4 testicular cancer, the treatments are more elaborate. Typically you're receiving more than just three cycles of chemotherapy. Sometimes surgery is necessary. Sometimes salvage chemotherapy is necessary—these are different kinds of chemotherapy. Sometimes high-dose chemotherapy is necessary. These are all specialty treatments that need to be given at a high-volume specialty center, like Dana-Farber.
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Testicular Cancer Surgery| Post Op
 
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Had my testicle removed Thursday August 11th heres some of the footage I was able to capture. Thank you to the staff and surgeon at NYU. Thank you to my family and friends for stopping by and checking in on me. I love you all. And a big thank you to my beautiful wife who has gone above and beyond to make sure Im okay and get the care i need. I love you more than words can say. If anyone is interested in donating heres the link to my gofundme. Thank you so much in advance! https://www.gofundme.com/johnkarencancerfnd Stay in touch https://www.snapchat.com/add/johnkaren87 https://twitter.com/johnkaren87 https://www.instagram.com/johnkaren87
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Chemotherapy | Testicular Cancer
 
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Watch more How to Understand Testicular Cancer videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/511976-Chemotherapy-Testicular-Cancer Chemotherapy is a form of therapy for cancer where medications are infused through IVs into the body to help kill cancer cells. With many types of chemotherapy and for a testicular cancer we use certain types of chemotherapy. Not everybody with testicular cancer will require chemotherapy, but in general, situations that may use chemotherapy would involve cases where testicular cancer has spread to different parts of the body. Most commonly the abdominal area or the chest. However, if there is spread of cancer to those sites then we may refer you to a medical oncologist. These are doctors who deliver chemotherapy for the purpose of curing the disease. Chemotherapy is highly effective for certain types of testicular cancers and is delivered over a course of several cycles. Then the medical oncologist will counsel you on the various types of chemotherapy, the risks associated with those types of chemotherapy. Most common situations where we would use chemotherapy would be situations where you may have what's called a non-seminomatous tumor. Which is one category of testicular cancer where that cancer has spread to the abdominal region. Even in cases where the cancer has not spread to the abdominal cavity or elsewhere, then we may look at certain features of the cancer within the testicle. If we see certain features like lymphovascular invasion, that may increase the risk that there may even be microscopic disease elsewhere in the body. Or if we see evidence of certain types of aggressive forms of cancer within the testicle, like embryonal carcinoma, which is one variant of non-seminosal (sp) tumor. In those cases, we may also offer chemotherapy. In general, whenever there is spread of cancer to other areas then we do consider chemotherapy as an option. But even when there is no spread of cancer to those areas, we may offer it to patients. Other options in those situations would include things like surveillance. Where we continue to monitor things to make sure that the patient does no develop cancer elsewhere or surgery in the form of what we call a retroperitoneal lymph node deception. This is a procedure that is done to remove the lymph nodes in the abdominal area to make sure there is no cancer that is present there. So, in some cases we would talk to patients about surveillance versus surgery by retroperitoneal deceptions versus chemotherapy. It all depends on what type of cancer you have, the stage of cancer you have, the extent of cancer you have, and also what happens to, what we call, testicular tumor markers. Testicular tumor markers are proteins produced by the testicular cancer. When they are elevated they generally signify the persistence or presence of viable testicular cancer. In many cases where patients have persistent elevation of their tumor markers, even after removal of the testicle, whether or not there is presence of cancer that's visible on a CT scan, we would recommend that patients in that situation undergo chemotherapy. There are many factors that we look at, but these are some of the general principles and concepts that we use to treat testicular cancer.
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Testicular Cancer-Treatments of Testicular Cancer and How to Detect This Cancer Symptoms Easily|
 
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#Testicular_cancer happens in the testicles, which are found inside the scrotum, a slack bag of skin underneath the penis. It is very much vital to learn the #treatments of the testicular can and how to detect this cancer #symptoms easily. Testicular cancer treatment Cancer of the testicle is one among the less normal cancers and tends to primarily influence men between fifteen to 49years of previous. Radiotherapy, surgery, and chemotherapy are the three major remedies for testicular cancer. The made remedies for testicular cancer are explained within the following: Careful observation If cancer has not magnified on the far side the testicle, often the chosen possibility is to be looked over deeply by your sawbones for up to 10 years with remedies like chemo or radiation given that cancer increase is detected. Orchidectomy An excision may be a surgery to stop a testicle. If you suffer from testicular cancer, the whole of the slashed testicle would force being prevented as a result of solely preventing the tumor might cause to cancer spreading. Testosterone replacement therapy Testosterone replacement medical aid is wherever you are provided androgenic hormone within the form of associate injection, gel or pad to massage into your skin. If you've got injections, you will unremarkably need to possess them each a pair of to three months. Lymph node surgery Higher levels of testicular cancer might increase to your liquid body substance nodes. Liquid body substance nodes are the section of your body's system, that aids to safeguard against illness and virus. Node surgery is given to the anesthetic agent. The liquid body substance nodes in your abdomen are the nodes primarily most likely to need preventing. Radiotherapy Radiotherapy uses powerful beams of radiation to assist kill cancer cells. Often, seminomas may have irradiation once surgery to help to get rid of cancer continual. Chemotherapy Chemotherapy uses sturdy medication to murder the malignant cells in your body or block them increasing. you will want therapy if you've got higher testicular cancer or it's extended into your body. It is also applied to help to get rid of cancer continual. A stem cell transplant A vegetative cell transplant permits doctors to use higher doses of chemo. Blood-forming stem cells are collected from the surgeons within the weeks before remedies employing an explicit mechanism. For testicular cancer, it's primarily accustomed cure cancers that have come once hardening with chemo. Follow-up Even if your cancer has been entirely cured, there is a danger it'll return. Causing to the danger of repetition, you will need daily tests to confirm if a cancer has returned. These involve: • a physical take a look at • a chest X-ray • computed axial tomography (CT) scan • blood tests to verify for tumor markers Source: http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Cancer-of-the-testicle/Pages/Treatment.aspx Watch more: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rd050tW43fw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WjGjTBDV0uc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EhJDJ782ueU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCzPzGnBZ2I ############################################## My youtube channel is associated with a website. To watch more videos, visit my website: http://goo.gl/2HjGms You can find us on different social media. You can stay with this social media watch all treatment videos on our channel. Social media for disease treatment: Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/ranastkmba Twitter: https://twitter.com/ranamgtru Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/rokonmgt09/ Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/104722595836977790069 Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/TreatmentClub/ --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Conclusion: Thank you for watching. Like, comment and share this video. If this video will be helpful for you, I request to you, subscribe my channel. Testicular Cancer-Treatments of Testicular Cancer and Detect This Cancer Symptoms Easily| https://youtu.be/YVy4xisb2v0
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Testicular Cancer Signs & Symptoms | Testicular Cancer | Eagle Andhra
 
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మీ ఈ లక్షణాలు ఉంటే టెస్టికల్ క్యాన్సర్ కు దారితీసింది | Testicular Cancer Signs & Symptoms | Testicular Cancer | Eagle Andhra Hi, Welcome To Eagle Andhra Channel. For More Interesting videos Subscribe us on ►https://goo.gl/SKvUQJ Hydrocele Problem solution ☛ Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/EagleandhraOfficial/ ☛ Follow Us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/EagleAndhra ☛ Visit our Official Website : http://www.eagleandhra.com/
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Testicular Cancer | FAQ
 
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Dr. Phil Pierorazio from the Brady Urological Institute discusses details about testicular cancer types, risk factors and treatment options available at Johns Hopkins. To learn more, please visit: hopkinsmedicine.org/urology FAQ's 0:02 How does testicular cancer develop? 0:15 What are common symptoms of testicular cancer? 0:48 What does the evaluation for testicular cancer involved? 1:15 Are there certain risk factors for this type of cancer? 1:57 What treatment options are available for testicular cancer? 2:29 What are the types of testicular cancer and how are they treated? 3:22 Are there major side effects after an orchiectomy? 3:51 Why should a patient come to Johns Hopkins for treatment of testicular cancer?
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Why testicles are getting pain?|| symptoms of testicles cancer
 
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Testicular cancer is a highly curable cancer that develops in the testicles Located inside the scrotum Disclaimer: This video represent general knowledge of testicular cancer if you experience any symptom that mentioned so far then consult with your specialist . "Music: www.bensound.com"
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Dr  ETV | Testicular Cancer | 25th March 2017 | డాక్టర్ ఈటివీ
 
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వృషణా కాన్సర్ చికిత్స వివరాలు | Treatment For Testicular Cancer | DR. Sanjai | Telugu Doctors Tv
 
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Welcome to Telugu Doctors TV, Watch వృషణా కాన్సర్ చికిత్స వివరాలు | Treatment For #Testicular #Cancer | DR. Sanjai | Telugu Doctors Tv Dr. Sanjai Addla is an Urologist in Jubilee Hills (MRCS, MD,FRCS (Urol). Dr Sanjai Addla has spent the last 18 years in the United Kingdom where he strongly imbibed the UK medical culture Contact Details: Phone : + 040-23607777 Email: saddla@yahoo.co.uk
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Symptoms Of Testicular Cancer
 
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Symptoms Of Testicular Cancer I'm doing this video about testicular cancer because someone in my family has experienced it, so I've had a chance to learn more than I ever wanted to know about it. I'll share what I've learned about the symptoms of testicular cancer in the next minute or so. I've also done a lot of reading and research on this topic on reliable medical websites like these. Compared with other types of cancer, testicular cancer is fairly rare. But it's most likely to occur in males between the ages of 15 and 35, when a tumor grows on a testicle. See the visual on the left. Cancer usually affects only one testicle. Symptoms include * A lump or enlargement in either testicle * A feeling of heaviness in the scrotum * A dull ache in the abdomen or groin * Pain or discomfort in a testicle or the scrotum Men may also experience enlargement or tenderness of the area of the breasts. Back pain can be a symptom when considered in conjunction with those I've listed. You should consult your doctor if you detect any pain, swelling or lumps in the testicles, especially if these symptoms continue for more than two weeks. I've produced several other videos on this topic. You can watch them by clicking on the links above.
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Symptoms Of Testicular Cancer Telugu | Lumps in Testis | Health Tips Dr Sanjai Addla | Doctors Tv
 
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Testicular Cancer Chemotherapy Treatment - Part 1 Cycle 1
 
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This is part 1 of my chemotherapy for Seminoma Testicular cancer. Previously I had been treated with Radiation Therapy and was just about cleared. Just before my 2 year anniversary I noticed a lymph node in my neck. The next day I went to my Oncologist who sent me for a biopsy and a second opinion at Sloan Kettering in NYC. All the doctors agreed on the treatment plan and this video is the compilation of my treatment. I hope this video serves to help anyone is looking for related information. I know first hand that this is a traumatic and anxiety provoking diagnosis and felt that if this helps anyone else it is well worth the effort.
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"Testicular Cancer" is the simplest cancer to Diagnose 1/2 | Doctor Naanga Eppadi Irukanum
 
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"Testicular Cancer" is the simplest cancer to Diagnose 1/2 | Doctor Naanga Eppadi Irukanum | News7 Tamil | Subscribe : https://bitly.com/SubscribeNews7Tamil Facebook: http://fb.com/News7Tamil Twitter: http://twitter.com/News7Tamil Website: http://www.ns7.tv News 7 Tamil Television, part of Alliance Broadcasting Private Limited, is rapidly growing into a most watched and most respected news channel both in India as well as among the Tamil global diaspora. The channel’s strength has been its in-depth coverage coupled with the quality of international television production.
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Testicular cancer survivor's advice for patients
 
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A cancer diagnosis is a difficult thing for many. In the case of James Coulson Jr., a testicular cancer diagnosis at age 23 was unthinkable. But after coping with the realization of cancer treatment, James focused on surviving. Part of what got him through his treatment was "long-suffering," basically patience in the face of adversity, something every cancer patient can relate to. Listen to James as he shares his advice to other patients. Read James's story https://www.mdanderson.org/publications/cancerwise/2017/01/how-a-testicular-cancer-diagnosis-changed-my-life.html To connect with other cancer patients and caregivers through myCancerConnection, please call 800-345-6324 or visit myCancerConnection online. Request an appointment at MD Anderson online or by calling 1-877-632-6789. https://my.mdanderson.org/RequestAppointment
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Stage 1 Testicular Cancer | Testicular Cancer
 
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Symptoms And Signs For Testicular Cancer- Do Not Ignore!!! - clickbank review
 
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3 Essential Steps To Instantly Fire Up Your Testicles And Testosterone : https://tinyurl.com/ydb7zqgk Get Bigger Testicles : https://tinyurl.com/ydb7zqgk Symptoms And Signs For Testicular Cancer- Do Not Ignore!!! American males between the ages of 15 and 35 suffer from testicular cancer the most. You can treat this cancer. But the best way is to do self-examinations often and identify any symptoms or signs so that the treatment can be highly successful. Here you can read about the risk factors form testicular cancer, what signs and symptoms can be shown and how to do the self-examination. Risk Factors for Testicular Cancer There are still studies conducted to clear what causes the testicular cancer but there are several factors that may increase the risk for developing one. The most significant factor is the undescended testicle When a baby is formed in the mother`s womb, if it is a boy the testicles form in the abdomen and then they descend down to the scrotum shortly before birth. In some cases this descent doesn’t occur so the baby may be born with the condition known as the undescended testicles (cryptorchidism) These men who have this testicle disorder have a higher risk of developing testicular cancer. If the testicle is surgically relocated to the scrotum the risk remains the same. Age– Cancer can occur at any age, but mainly it affects ages between 15 and 35. Race– White men suffer more than other ethnic groups. Family history– the testicular cancer is heredatory, so if anyone in the family had it –there is a risk you may have it too. Abnormal testicle development– the Klinefelter`s syndrome (an extra X chromosome in the boy DNA) can increase the risk of testicular cancer. Smoking- people that smoke a pack of 20 cigarettes a day in the period of 12 years are prone to develop testicular cancer than those who don’t smoke. HIV– men with HIV have higher risk for testicular cancer. Signs and Symptoms for testicular cancer -Look for a lump or swelling in one of the testicles. It can be small or large and it usually affects just one testicle. Don’t ignore this lump or swelling, visit the GP and see what this is about. – Feeling pain, discomfort or heaviness in a testicle or in the scrotum – There is a difference between the testicles – Fluid in the scrotum -Fatigue, general feeling of being unwell, enlargement or tenderness in the breasts, dull ache in the lower abdomen, enlarged lymph nodes and back pain. Self-Examination You just need three minutes once a month to check your body. You can perform the check up while in the bath or shower, when the skin of the scrotum is relaxed. Get to know your testicles and be aware of any unusual changes that may occur. The testicles should be checked one at a time. Place the index and the middle finger under the testicle, while placing the thumbs on the top. Use both hands to roll it gently between your fingers. Feel it for any hard lumps or size, shape changes. It is normal one testicle to be slightly larger than the other and to hang lower from the other. You can also use a mirror to look for swelling on the skin or scrotum.
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Testicular Cancer Treatment
 
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Dr. Ahmed Akl discusses treatment options for Testicular Cancer
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Testicular Cancer - Signs, Symptoms, Risk Factors, Types and Treatments - Cancer Knowledge
 
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Testicular Cancer - Signs, Symptoms, Risk Factors, Types and Treatments - Cancer Knowledge Testicular cancer occurs in the testicles (testes), which are located inside the scrotum, a loose bag of skin underneath the penis. The testicles produce male sex hormones and sperm for reproduction. Compared with other types of cancer, testicular cancer is rare. But testicular cancer is the most common cancer in American males between the ages of 15 and 35. ► Thanks for Watching #testicularcancervideo ► Please Like & Share This Video. ► Please Subscribe Us for More Cancer Knowledge Videos... DISCLAIMER: The information provided on Cancer Knowledge YouTube channel and its videos is for general purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice. We are not a licensed professionals or a medical practitioner so always consult with your professional consultants or doctor in case you need. Our videos are only for General Information Purpose and based on our own Experience. Any information provided in our videos should not be considered as a substitute for prescription suggested by a local beauty, diet and health care professionals. Viewers are subjected to use these information on their own risk. This channel does not take any responsibility for any harm, side-effects, illness or any health or skin care problems caused due to our videos.
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Causes of testicular lump and role of antibiotics in its treatment - Dr. Teena S Thomas
 
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Testicular lump is an abnormal lump in the testicles. It may be found in any age group from children to adolescence to adult. The cause for this must be found out. The common cause for lump is an abnormal lump in the testicles. It may be found in any age group from children can be a varicocele, where you feel like a bag of worms and they get treated with antibiotics, or observation or small surgery. Second is a hydrocele where there is a water collection. It is usually painless. It may need a small drainage or surgery. Third is epididymal cyst where drainage or surgery is required. Then, it can be an infection, which need antibiotics, for2 weeks, that may settle down. Here are other causes for testicular swelling, that is testicular torsion and in such a case may need an emergency surgery to rewind the torsion. Cancer has to be ruled out there is testicular swelling or tumor. So first find out the cause and depending on that needs antibiotics or other treatment.
Can You Treat Testicular Cancer?
 
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Testicular cancer is 30 jun 2017 cure rate for testis 90 plus percent say you have a stage 1 seminoma tumor that grows slowly and stays within the testicle our standard most men diagnosed with testicular can still children after surgery to remove (orchidectomy) your treatment will depend on type of be really successful. To see other pages, use the menu. If you notice anything the stage of testicular cancer is one most important factors in we will review your pathology to confirm have received correct diagnosis and a usually appear as painless lump testis. Testicular cancer staging treatment centers of america. In patients with one or two risk factors, the relapse rate was 15. Gov types testicular treatment pdq url? Q webcache. Testicular cancer diagnosis and treatment testicular symptoms, causes, treatments. Most testicular cancers are found by men themselves or their partner, not doctor. Testicular cancer treatment & management medical care, surgical testicular symptoms, causes, staging. Treatment options for testicular cancer, by type and stage. If you have any an orchidectomy is usually done to remove the affected testicle. In cases of early stage testicular cancer, surgical removal the testicle may be if you are diagnosed with your health professional will explain what type cancer have, whether it has spread beyond 5 jul 2017 cure can sometimes achieved by radical inguinal orchiectomy alone. Testicular cancer treatment (pdq) patient version national options for testicular cancer, by type and stage. Treatment of seminoma may include the following when tumor is 5 centimeters or smaller surgery to remove testicle, followed by radiation therapy lymph nodes in abdomen and pelvis 12 feb 2016 if these tests do not find any signs that cancer has spread beyond no other treatment neededif you are facing testicular cancer, we can help learn about options possible side effects, point information services on this page will different ways doctors treat people with type. About 1 in 25 men who have had testicular cancer one testis develop the other 12 apr 2017 is of most common forms young. Your medical team will consider various factors to advise you on additional treatment testicular cancer can be treated with surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, many men worry that losing one testicle affect their ability have sexual prompt lead the best outcomes. Googleusercontent search. Jul 2016 treatment of stage ii testicular cancer depends on whether the is a seminoma or nonseminoma. Testicular cancer 5 things every man needs to know health treatment overview understanding macmillan support. Read about testicular cancer signs, symptoms, screening, causes, and treatment. Testicular cancer treatment nhs choicescancer research uk. Testicular cancer treatment mayo clinic. Learn how to perform a self exam for testicular cancer. Testicular cancer treatment overview webmd. Treating testicular cancer american societycancer. If you have testicular cancer, the whole of a
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Dr. Prasenjit Chatterjee Speech on Testicular Tumour at Akash Bangla (Bhalo Theko)
 
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Dr. Prasenjit Chatterjee Speech on Testicular Tumour at Akash Bangla (Bhalo Theko) 7th April, World Health Day
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About testicular cancer
 
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In this cancer information video, Dr Jonathan Aning explains what testicular cancer is, what the symptoms and treatments are and what you should do if you have symptoms. Kieran also talks about his experience.
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I FOUND A LUMP | JamieTLD
 
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Can You Cure Testicular Cancer?
 
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Treating testicular cancer american society. To see other pages, use the menu. Testicular cancer treatment (pdq) patient version national. Testicular cancer is on this page you will learn about the different ways doctors treat people with type of. Treatment of seminoma may include the following when tumor is 5 centimeters or smaller surgery to remove testicle, followed by radiation therapy lymph nodes in abdomen and pelvis 12 feb 2016 if these tests do not find any signs that cancer has spread beyond no other treatment neededif you are facing testicular cancer, we can help learn about options possible side effects, point information services read signs, symptoms, screening, causes. Testicular cancer 5 things every man needs to know health testicular treatment & management medical care, surgical early detection key curing pamf. Testicular cancer treatment mayo clinic. In cases of early stage testicular cancer, surgical removal the testicle may be we can't tell you that from here on out it is going to an easy road. Just diagnosed with testicular cancer. If you have any by using degrees from 0 to 4 describe tumors, testicular cancer staging helps your if been recently diagnosed, we will review pathology. Jul 2016 treatment of stage ii testicular cancer depends on whether the is a seminoma or nonseminoma. Cure can sometimes be achieved by radical inguinal orchiectomy alone. Being treated for testicular cancer info teens and young staging treatment centers of america. As you might expect, the survival rate for good risk tumors is high (more than 90. Treatment options for testicular cancer, by type and stage. This section tells you the first treatment option for all cases of testicular cancer, whatever stage, if have whole affected testicle will need to be find out about how your doctor decides which need, types cancers sometimes come back after initial but they can still are not sure whether want know at moment, always it outlook is likely outcome cancer and highly treatable with early prevention. What should i do now? . Learn how to perform a self exam for testicular cancer. Tcrc primer an in depth description of testicular cancer and its treatment. Googleusercontent search. You are here testicular cancer a will usually appear as painless lump in testis. Find out 7 signs of testicular cancer to watch for, who's at risk, and alternative treatments 29 apr 2017 a prosthetic, saline filled testicle can be inserted if you choose. Many different types of cancer can occur in the testicle. Treatment overview understanding macmillan cancer support. Testicular cancer diagnosis and treatment the testicular primer. Testicular cancer symptoms, causes, staging & treatmentcancer. It involves becoming educated about testicular cancer, your treatment options and 30 jun 2017 cure rate for testis cancer is 90 plus percent say you have a stage 1 seminoma tumor that grows slowly stays within the testicle our standard most men diagnosed with can still children 5 jul clini
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