Testicular cancers are often found by patient himself either incidentally or when the person is being investigated for some other problem such as during routine physical exam, ultrasound test or biopsy for diagnosis of infertility. Most patients with testicular cancer in early stages are asymptomatic (without symptoms). Most testicular cancers are curable when diagnosed in the early stages. If you notice anything unusual about your testicles or have symptoms related to scrotum or testis, consult your doctor.
Consult a doctor if you have any of the following symptoms:
Who to consult
Some health professionals who can evaluate your symptoms include:
These are some symptoms that may occur in a man with testicular cancer. If you have one or more of these symptoms, it does not mean that you have testicular cancer. Your doctor can evaluate you to diagnose the cause of your symptoms and treat them accordingly.
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