The topic of titties and testicles is often a ‘taboob’ topic however it is not one to shy away from seeing as we are all blessed with one of the two. There is a serious side to our private parts, which must be touched upon (no pun intended).
Not all lumps are bad news ladies, as 9 out of 10 of breasts lumps are NOT cancerous. However if you suspect you are developing a concern, look out for these symptoms:
- A lump or thickening in an area of the breast
- A change in the size or shape of a breast
- Dimpling of the skin
- A change in the shape of your nipple, particularly if it turns in, sinks into the breast, or has an irregular shape
- A blood stained discharge from the nipple
- A rash on a nipple or surrounding area
- A swelling or lump in your armpit
Keep up to date with your boobs, give them a check once a month.
Top Tit Tips for Checking
- do it in a circular motion,
- in the shower,
- not when you are on your period.
- Visit http://cancerhelp.cancerresearchuk.org/type/breast-cancer for more information.
Remember, everyone has them, and your doctor has seen plenty, give him/her a call, and get them out!
Now, on a lighter note. Here is the
1. World’s biggest boob job are a size 38KKK
2. The left breast is usually larger
3. Men can lactate too
4. England is the country with biggest breasts in Europe
5. The average breast weighs one pound
6. In China, you can major in Bra Studies.
Now we are going to get deep into the nitty gritty subject of testicles. Most testicular lumps or swellings are not a sign of cancer, in fact research has shown that less than 4% of testicular lumps are cancerous. But they should never be ignored. You should visit your GP as soon as you notice a lump or swelling in one of your testicles.
The symptoms include;
- a dull ache or sharp pain in your testicles or scrotum, which may come and go
- a feeling of heaviness in your scrotum
- a dull ache in your lower abdomen (stomach area)
- a sudden collection of fluid in your scrotum (hydrocele)
- a general feeling of being unwell
In the unlikely event that you do have testicular cancer, the sooner treatment begins, the greater the likelihood you will be completely cured.
Now, on a lighter note.
Here are some fun facts about your ‘nads.
- Each testicle is approximately the same size as a yellow plastic casing you find inside kinder eggs.
- An Octopus’ testicles are in its head.
- The saying ‘I testify’ was based on men in the Roman court swearing to a statement made by swearing on their testicles
- The warriors of Ethiopia had to hang the testicles of those they killed in battle on the end of a spear.
Don’t let your balls drive you cock-all-doo-dle-doo get them checked.
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Ignoring the symptoms of either testicular or breast cancer can be life threatening. So, don’t be fools, check your balls. Don’t be a mess, check your breasts.