What is Testicular Cancer?
With timely diagnosis, testicular cancer is most likely treatable and most often curable. It is the most common cancer in men 15 to 34 years old. Still, it is fairly rare. About 8,400 men will be diagnosed with testicular cancer in the U.S. this year. The risk of death from testicular cancer is small. About 380 men will die of testicular cancer in the U.S. this year.
Signs and symptoms of Testicular Cancer
- a painless lump in the testicle (the most common sign)
- a feeling of weight in the scrotum
- swelling of the testicle.(with or without pain)
- pain or a dull ache in the testicle, scrotum or groin.
Traditional treatment options for Testicular Cancer
Suspicious tumors are first treated by surgically removing the testicle through a small groin incision. Treatment can also involve observation, surgery or chemotherapy. The treatment depends on the type of cell and spread of disease.
Utopia Wellness’ Intensive Medical Program for Testicular Cancer
Testicular Cancer is a very stressful diagnosis and your Utopia Wellness team understands this. We work with you to design a customized holistic plan to ensure you have the most effective alternative treatments for your specific cancer.