A guy took to social media and posted a pic of the pregnancy strip he used just for fun. To his utter shock and surprise, the results came up with 2lines, which means the test is positive.
In the comments below the post, someone said “if this is true, you should check yourself for Testicular cancer” and that he should see a doctor soon.
It was his luck that this chain of events happened as when his doctor checked him over, it turned out that he had testicular cancer. He was fortunate enough to catch it in the early stage.
So what is going on here?
Well the pregnancy test actually looks for HCG(Human Chorionic Gonadotropin), which gets raised in urine in pregnancy. This same hormone also gets increased in Testicular cancer, thus HCG acts as detection tool of testicular cancer.
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