Save the Balls

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With April being Testicular Cancer Awareness Month, we also want to help you improve your lasting time by reminding you to regularly self-exam. Whether you do it yourself or enlist the help of a foxy friend, please make sure that your nuts get a monthly go-over.

Here’s Charlotte Stokely to show you how!


  • Testicular Cancer is the most common cancer in young men aged 15-45 years.
  • When detected early, it has a survival rate of over 95%
  • Doctors encourage performing monthly testicular self-exams for men, knowing this is the most effective method of early detection.


Testicular cancer starts as an abnormal growth or tumor that develops in one or both testicles. Cancers of the testicle are named after the type of cell in which they develop. Testicular cancer can be grouped into three types of tumors:

  • Germ cell tumors
  • Stromal tumors
  • Secondary testicular tumors


Men may experience few or no symptoms of testicular cancer, however important warning signs to watch for include:

  • Swelling or a lump in either testicle (usually painless)
  • A feeling of heaviness in the scrotum
  • Change in the size and shape of the testicles
  • Aches or pain in the lower abdomen or groin
  • A sudden build-up of fluid in the scrotum
  • Pain or discomfort in a testicle or in the scrotum
  • Enlargement or tenderness of the breast tissue


Regular self-examination of the testicles is important for young men, particularly those at risk of testicular cancer. Being familiar with the size, shape and usual level of lumpiness can help you determine if something is not quite right. A testicular self-examination can help a man find any changes in the testes early, so that if treatment is needed it can start as early as possible.


A step-by-step guide for conducting a testicular self-examination can be found on searching for: Charlotte Stokely teaches you to last longer.


For help coping with the impact of a testicular cancer diagnosis on your life or the life of a loved one, please contact the following organizations that can provide additional information and support.