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HOW TO DO TESTICULAR SELF-EXAMINATION (TSE)? | DETECT TESTICULAR CANCER EARLY!

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hello welcome back to another episode of

Ken's Education and Research Institute

the first and only simplified

multi-language global cancer nonprofit

organization it's so wonderful to have

you back and if you're new to our

channel welcome welcome if you watched

our what is testicle cancer video which

I highly recommend you to watch this

before this video you get a better

understanding of testicle cancer overall

and its symptoms and in that video we

got a few questions about how to do a

testicle cancer self-examination so this

prompt me to do this video so that you

can better understand how to do your

self-examination for testicular cancer

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the way let's get started so what can

explain you the testicle cancer

self-examination with these mandarins

here I wanna show you how to do your

self-examination so that you can better

understand how this will be done in

reality okay

first what you need to do is you need to

stand in front of the mirror and then

you need to check for any swelling on

the scrotal skin you need to check if

there's any swelling so once you check

the scrotal skin for any swelling you

need to dive into the examination part

for this what you need to do is you need

to check your testicles with both of

your hands and you need to use these

three fingers your thumb your index

finger and your middle fingers and both

hands you need to use these three

fingers so you need to put the index

finger and the middle finger underneath

the testicles and your thumbs on top of

it like this and first of all let's get

familiar with the structure right so you

need to first examine this it if you

found that one testicle is larger than

the other then this shouldn't alert you

because it's normal it's like in breasts

with women that oftentimes the breast

one breast is larger than the other

breast in women so it's the same thing

with men to one testicle can be doesn't

have to be but can be larger than the

other so that's normal don't worry about

it

then what you need to do is with the

fingers underneath with these fingers

underneath you will find there is a soft

tube like structure which is called

epididymis which carries the sperm to

the penis right so there is a tube like

structure a soft tube like structure and

get familiar with that in the back of

your testicles and just find out how the

testicles in general feel that's your

first step to do

if there is any kind of lump on the

epididymis that is another cancer the

cancer is oftentimes on the sides of the

testicles or it can be on the front of

the testicles so on the sides or on the

front if you find any kind of lumps or

so on the epididymis that's not cancer

you shouldn't be alarmed for that but if

you find any swelling any lumps on that

side or on the front you need to see

your doctor immediately it can be cancer

it doesn't have to be but you need to be

checked if it is a cancer because if you

watch our previous video you can see

that it has to be checked if captured

earlier then you can get a better chance

to survive testicle cancer but if you're

too late then it will spread and then

it's really hard because it will

metastasize all over your body and you

don't want to do that so definitely

check your testicles every month you

need to do a monthly self-examination

so and that's pretty much it that's

simple that's simple how many days did

it take two minutes maybe or one so that

can save your life you need to do this

every month do your regular

self-examination on your testicles again

with both of your hands thumbs on the

top and then the index and the middle

finger on the bottom and then you will

check your testicles if you have any

kind of lumps and also check for the

spelling of the scrotal skin and that's

it so thanks for watching I hope you

will do that if you have any questions

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