On Tuesday 12th March 2024 our phone lines/surgery will be closed from 12.30-5.30pm for staff training. There will be no appointments available during this time. If you feel you urgently need to see a GP during this time, please call 111. Thank you for your understanding.
It’s important to check for testicular cancer regularly and to be aware of any changes. It’s important to check your testicles for size, weight and any new lumps that might appear. You should see a doctor if you notice any pain, heaviness or other changes that you know aren’t normal. If you’re concerned that you’re suffering from any of these symptoms, then it’s important to book an appointment with your GP practice.
If you’re concerned about testicular cancer, or know someone who has been diagnosed with the condition, you can find out more at the Testicular Cancer UK website. If you’re concerned that you may have symptoms of testicular cancer, making an appointment with your GP practice is vitally important.