6 Signs of the Most Common Testicular Cancer

6 Signs of the Most Common Testicular Cancer symptoms found in men.

In today’s man made polluted environment, Testicular Cancer is spreading at an alarming rate amongst men aged 15 to 40 of the western region and of any race, many men who have the illness will carry on their lives without even knowing they have the deadly condition whilst others find out pretty soon and make a full recovery with thanks to groundbreaking Cancer medical treatment.

The most Common signs of testicular cancer include:

A swelling and/or lump in one or both of the testes. There may or may not be pain in the testes or scrotum.

A heavy feeling in the scrotum.
A dull pain or feeling of pressure in the lower belly or groin.

Sometimes these symptoms can be caused by other problems, such as a hydrocele or epididymitis.
Testicular cancer that has spread (metastasized) beyond the testicles and regional lymph nodes to other organs may cause other symptoms depending on the area of the body affected.

Symptoms of late-stage testicular cancer may include:

  • Dull pain in the lower back and belly.
  • Lack of energy, sweating for no clear reason, fever, or a general feeling of illness.
  • Shortness of breath, coughing, or chest pain.
  • Headache or confusion

Note that not all lumps on the testicles are tumors, and not all tumors are malignant (cancerous). 

There are many other conditions, such as testicular microlithiasis, epididymal cysts, and appendix testis (hydatid of Morgagni), which may be painful but are non-cancerous.

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