After a health education session about testicular self-examination, a patient approaches the nurse with questions. Which statement made by the patient indicates the need for further education regarding TSE?


• TSE should be done every month, not every 2 months.

• Monthly testicular self-examination (TSE) may detect testicular cancer at an early stage. This is helpful as many testicular cancers are first discovered by self-examination as a painless lump or an enlarged testicle.

• The other options are accurate statements about TSE.

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