How to check your balls

If detected early, testicular cancer is one of the most treatable forms of cancer. That’s why it’s so important to check your balls on a monthly basis. 

Testicular cancer may not cause any symptoms in the early stages but can include a painless lump, swelling or change in size or shape of a testicle. If you’re suspicious of anything out of the ordinary (normal for you) going on down there get it checked out. Don’t wait for it to go away! 

  1. Squeeze for lumps and bumps
  2. Feel the tubes at the back
  3. Any lumps? Get a check up. 

To get comfortable with fondling your balls watch the video below, or scan the Snapcode (right) to play with the Fondle Filter on Snapchat.