Testicular Ultrasound Scan on Harley Street
Men who have brothers or fathers who have had testicular cancer are at significantly greater risk of also developing it than those with no family history. Additionally, those who have been previously diagnosed with cancer in the one testicle, are 12-18 times more likely to develop it in the other,
It is also the most common cancer among men age 20-35, so it is important to have a testicular cancer screening which will ensure early detection provides the best chance of effective treatment.
Our testicular ultrasound is also ideal for men experiencing any kind of testicular symptoms, such as pain or discomfort, to find out the cause and establish whether any treatment is needed.