He found a lump on his testicle


A doctor shows the normal sizes for Asian male testicles with an orchidometer (used to measure testicular size). Testicular cancer is rare and curable with early detection. — Photos: Filepic

Carson Lee (name changed to protect his privacy) recalls noticing a lump in one of his testicles about a year ago (2019).

The 28-year-old shares: “Even after discovering the lump, I delayed seeing a doctor for a month, hoping it was just an infection that would go away with medicine.

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