Cancer of the penis is a very rare condition, and even rarer in circumcised men. This may indicate a possible cause as being poor hygiene in uncircumcised men.
Warning signs may include a growth or ulceration on the head of the penis, the foreskin or the shaft, which does not go away even after treatments for sexually transmitted infections. It is very important to report these to your doctor as the sooner action is taken, the less damage will result to the penis and the greater is the chance of long term survival.
Only men have a prostate gland. It is located just below the bladder, and is closely associated with sexual function since it produces a component of semen. It encircles the urethra, the tube through which both semen and urine pass to leave the body and it is this which can give rise to a number of problems in later years. Few things go wrong with the prostate, but those which do are very common.
Testicular cancer is a relatively rare condition, but it is the most common cancer found amongst men aged 20 to 35 years. Fortunately, it is also one of the most successful to treat. Like any cancer, the earlier it is detected, the more successful treatment tends to be.