Single men are also smaller against the signs of testicular cancer than men in relationships.
And, office workers are the most likely to access the bumps in their testicles.
Finally, it was revealed that men in London were the most 'unconscious' of all men in Britain.
Orchid Chief Executive Rebecca Porta said: ‘Awareness of testicular cancer has increased significantly over the past few years, but these findings also illustrate that most men have not yet taken proactive steps to protect themselves.
‘If known earlier, testicular cancer can be cured 98 percent. Unfortunately, our findings show that men who delay seeking early diagnosis can risk the spread of the disease and poor response to treatment.
We were very surprised to find work in an office that easily accessed the internet, social media and various health information that was most impossible to access on its own.
'We dragged across the UK to take a few minutes to learn about conducting simple self-examinations and to ask for signs and issues early on, released from work and the speed of their lives. The earlier they act, the better the results. '
The most common testicle of a testicular cancer is a lump or swelling of the testicles.
Pain in the testicles, severe feeling in the scrotum, dull pain in the lower abdomen, pain