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Advanced Testicular Cancer Symptoms
Detailed testicular cancer symptoms please! I have a lump on right testicle almost a sore feeling. Feels like somethings being clogged please help me!
Urologist: This symptom is concerning and should be evaluated by a urologist. He will carefully palpate the testicles and order an ultrasound which is usually quite helpful in ruling in or out a testicular malignancy. ...Read more
Cancer is a group of diseases that is characterized by uncontrolled cell growth leading to invasion of surrounding tissues that spread to other parts of the body. Cancer can begin anywhere in the body and is usually related to one or more genetic mutations that allow normal cells to become malignant by interfering with internal cellular control mechanisms, such as programmed cell death or by preventing ...Read more
No: I think you are asking whether the presenting symptoms of testicular cancer are bad (ie painful?). Most men who present with testicular cancer present with a nodule or painless swelling of one testicle. About a third complain of a dull ache or heavy sensation in the scotal region. About 10% present with acute pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Lump in the scrotum:
Testicular cancer may present as a lump in the testes, vague feeling of heaviness and ache in the scrotum, and may be enlargement of lymph glands in the groin. See this site for more info.
http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/testicular-cancer/ds00046. ...Read more
Depends on stage:
And type of cancer. Like most cancers, early testicular cancer usually does not have symptoms. Common symptoms are swelling in the scrotum, heaviness or pain in the testes, hormonal symptoms depending on the type of tumor, swelling in the groin and late masses in the abdomen. See this site for more info.
http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/testicular-cancer/basics/definition/con-20043068. ...Read more
A mass: Almost without exception, testicular cancer announces itself as a mass in the testis. Usually it's palpable as a lump on or within the testis; it may be deep and the testis simply larger. ...Read more
Good: No matter how far it has gotten when it's caught, a majority of each of the common types of testicular cancer is curable with today's regimens. ...Read more
When will u start showing up symptoms of testicular cancer, stage 1, 2 or 3? . What kind of symptoms will u experience, what would it feel like, how long does it take for it progress
May be vague: A testicular mass is usually palpable eventually though the cancer may have spread first. Just feeling ill, weight loss, a sense of heaviness, cough if it's gotten to the lungs, perhaps swollen feet if it's gotten to the retroperitoneum. The testicular cancers of young men are usually curable nowadays. Good luck. ...Read more
Testicular cancer is not common. The common symptoms are mass in the scrotum, general ache and heaviness in the scrotum, lumps in the groin etc. See this site for more info.
http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/testicular-cancer/ds00046/dsection=symptoms. ...Read more
Testicular mass: Localized testicular cancer commonly presents as a mass in the testicle or scrotum with or without tenderness. The patient may also have testicular firmness, and scrotal heaviness. Metastatic disease may cause breast development (gynecomastia), gastrointestinal symptoms, or respiratory symptoms. ...Read more
Mass: A lump that seems to be getting bigger. A change in the size of the testicle. A area in the testicle that feels hard or "gritty". A area of the testicle that feels as if there is some missing or soft. ...Read more
Testicular cancer: Testicular cancer occurs most frequently in younger males. Initially there is often a painless hardness or palpable deformity to the normally smooth testis. Regular self examinations are recommended for all males after puberty. Even if you don't know what you're feeling, you likely will know if it represents a change. Any question....Get your physician to check you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A mass: A mass on the testis, or an enlarged testis. It's mostly a disease of young adult men and age 30 it's not uncommon. ...Read more
Testicular cancer.: Testicular cancer is not that common, with about 8500 cases in the U.S. Per year. It is the most common solid tumor in men ages 18-35, so regular self-exams are recommended. There are usually no symptoms, and most often presents as a painless mass in the testicle. Due to effective surgery, radiation, & chemotherapy, cure rates are very high & prognosis is excellent, except in very advanced cases. ...Read more
Is testicular discomforting retraction one of the popular or most common symptoms of testicular cancer?
No: If you have a mass, get seen now. If your wandering testis is bothering you, a urologist may be able to help. ...Read more
What are the symptoms of testicular cancer? What symtoms would be consistent with having testicular cancer?
What are the symptoms of testicular cancer and where can I go to get tested? What sort of test should I get if I'm worried?
Usually hard lump: Found on scrotal examination or when washing or showering. Tumor side of scrotum may feel "heavy". No pain unless there is a bled into the cancer. Scrotal ultrasound is very reliable, ono-invasive & simple to perform. Can be ordered by your primary care dr. Or a urologist. Fortunately prognosis is usually very good if diagnosed early. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is there any health relates risks if you ignore your variococele? Also does varicocele and testicular cancer have the same symptoms. Thank you :)
Sperm production: Varicocele may raise the temperature of the scrotum and affect sperm production. Sperm production requires lower temperature than usual body temperature. Testicular cancer does not have any specific symptoms other than a lump in the scrotum. It would be prudent to consult a doctor. ...Read more
Although it can be symptom-less what are the most common symptoms of testicular cancer? Left testicle is hard, shape is enlarged circle (not oval).
Here are some. ..: Seek pro-evaluation and counseling now to make sure if you get testicular tumor, or just hydrocele, or epididymal cysts, etc. Since most of laypersons can not tell the difference among these. If indeed what you felt or thought is testicular tumor, you would not feel any discomfort but incidentally palpating some hardness inside the sac for a long time. Occasionally, breast enlargement may occur. . ...Read more