Our expert says:
each testicle is unique to the individual - thus it is important for you to recognise the shape / feeling of your own testicles. from this, you can then assess if there are any changes / lumps to your testicle. it is important not to confuse a 'lump' with the epididymus (cord attached to the back of the testicles). in a warm bath, roll each testicle one at a time between your thumb and index finger. this is the best technique to notice any lumps. if ever in doubt, please see a doctor.
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