Signs and Symptoms of Testicular Cancer
Dear OncoLink "Ask the Experts,"
Will you please tell me what are the signs and symptoms of testicular cancer? I know a lump might be one sign, but what else could there be?
Kenneth Blank, MD, Editorial Assistant for Oncolink, respond:
Dear OncoLink Reader:
Thank you for your question.
You are correct. A lump on the testis is a sign of testicular cancer and is the most common presenting sign. However, not all testicular lumps are cancerous. Other signs and symptoms include:
If you feel a lump in your testis, or are concerned about any of the above symptoms, please consult your local urologist for a complete history and physical examination.
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