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Cancer

Question
Posted by: | 2018/01/15

Q.

Testicular cancer

I have a growth near the bottom of my testicule that formed in the last week. The testicle is tender and also get a small pain in the groan area when presume is applied. Would that be early stage of testicular cancer?

Expert's Reply

A.

Cancer expert
- 2018/01/19

Dear Anonymous, any growth on one’s testicle should be investigated immediately to exclude early testicular cancer. An early diagnosis means early treatment with a very high rate of success. Please make an appointment with your doctor immediately.

The symptoms of testicular cancer include:

§  Uncomfortable feeling in a testicle

§  Presence of a painless lump on a testicle – the lump can sometimes be as small as a grain of rice and feel like hard rubber

§  An enlarged or swollen testicle

§  Significant shrinking of a testicle

§  A change in the consistency of a testicle

§  A heavy or aching feeling in the back, lower abdomen, groin, or scrotum

§  Any painless lump on a testicle

(MCH).

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