testicular cancer

Cancer and COVID-19

Cancer Council understands that Australians undergoing cancer treatment, cancer survivors and their families and friends may have questions in relation

Testicular cancer

Cancer that develops in a testicle is called testicular cancer. It usually starts as a painless lump or swelling just

Prostate cancer tests

There is no single, simple test to detect prostate cancer. Two commonly used tests are the PSA (prostate specific antigen)

Hydrocoeles

Hydrocoeles are fluid-filled bags occurring on one or both sides inside the scrotum. They feel like a balloon filled with

Video: Men’s health – know your risks

Life expectancy for Australian men has risen from 75 years in 1995 to 80.4 years in 2016 (Australian Bureau of Statistics).

Video: Boxer shorts versus briefs for sperm quality

Boxer shorts lead to higher quality and quantity of sperm versus briefs,  Harvard School of Public Health has confirmed.

Varicocele

A varicocele is a collection of widened veins, like varicose veins, that occurs on the outside of a testicle. Varicocele

Prostate cancer screening – what’s best?

Prostate cancer typically occurs in men over the age of 65, and affects one in 11 men. Exactly why it

Male infertility

Infertility – not being able to conceive after 12 months of having regular unprotected sex – affects about one in

Vasectomy: frequently asked questions

Q. Can I have a vasectomy if I am single? A. Yes, vasectomies are carried out on single men in

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