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Can testicular cancer cause frequent pain during urination?

Can testicular cancer cause frequent pain during urination?

Not likey.: The most common sign is painless testicular mass. If pain is present, other causes, like epididymitis, and orchitis must be considered. A brief course of antibiotics can be done. ...Read more

Dr. Barry Rosen
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Cancer (Definition)

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


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How quickly does testicular cancer spreads?

How quickly does testicular cancer spreads?

Relatively quickly.: Unfortunately, testicular cancer generally tends to grow rapidly relative to other cancers. It then tends to spread, in a fairly predictable pattern, to the lymph nodes behind the abdominal cavity, then potentially to other organs. This makes prompt diagnosis and treatment very important. If you feel a mass in the testicle, don't delay evaluation and see your physician as soon as possible. ...Read more

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What can you tell me about testicular cancer?

What can you tell me about testicular cancer?

See below: Please consult this site for information.

http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/testicular-cancer/basics/definition/con-20043068 ...Read more

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How do you check yourself for testicular cancer?

How do you check yourself for testicular cancer?

A boy/man has: 2 testicles, one on each side of the scrotum, located behnd yur penis. Isolate each testicle and rub your finger from top to bottom, front and back, each side. Usually there is a lump and a tube in the back called a an epididymus--normal. Compare sides, should be similar. Repeat monthly. Questions? See your doc. ...Read more

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How young can someone with testicular cancer be?

How young can someone with testicular cancer be?

It is a cancer of th: Testicular cancer is a cancer of the younger age groups...Many of its victims are young adults. ...Read more

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Can testicular cancer spread by un-protected sex?

Can testicular cancer spread by un-protected sex?

No: Cancer is not a transmissible disease like a bacterial or viral infection. Cancer is a mutation of genes in a group of cells that begin growing without normal cellular control. ...Read more

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How can I know if I have undiagnosed testicular cancer?

How can I know if I have undiagnosed testicular cancer?

Self-Exam: You'll find a new lump attached to your testis. If this is present, get with your physician. Less often, one of them is quite a bit larger than its companion, and larger than it used to be. Any doubts, get seen. ...Read more

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What can you do to search yourself for testicular cancer?

Excellent question.: Perform the exam during or after a shower, when the skin of the scrotum is relaxed. Check one testicle at a time. Hold the testicle between your thumbs and fingers of both hands and roll it gently between your fingers. It should feel like a smooth egg. Feel for any lumps, bumps, or changes in size. Familiarize yourself with the size and shape of each, as you are looking for changes over time. ...Read more

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Do people with testicular cancer feel the pain come and go?

Scrotal pain: Has a number of causes including dilated veins (varicosities), epididymitis, intermittent twisting of the blood vessels (tortion) and, yes, sometimes cancer. Best to check this with a visit to the urologist. You may need an ultrasound for further evaluation. ...Read more

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What can be initial symptoms and signs of testicular cancer?

What can be initial symptoms and signs of testicular cancer?

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

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Please explain what does testicular cancer look & feel like?

Please explain what does testicular cancer look & feel like?

Ususully no Sx...: Most of testicular cancer are discovered by TSE (testicular self-exam) or incidentally by sexual partner. The only finding is a non-tender hard lump on/in testis of variable size. No pain poses no urgency to seek medical attention leading to delay professional Dx. So, see urologist whenever you may feel/palpate a suspicious nodule in or on testis. Do TSE correctly like women perform self-breast ex ...Read more

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How would I know I have testicular cancer? What tests would be needed?

How would I know I have testicular cancer? What tests would be needed?

Depends on the type: Of cancer. Testicular cancer may present with a mass in the scrotum, pain and heaviness in the scrotum, lumps in the groin and at times with lumps in abdomen. See this site for more info.
http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/testicular-cancer/ds00046. ...Read more

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Can I still have children if I have testicular cancer? I am asking because I think I may have it.

While it is possible: To have testis cancer, it is easy to find out. Go to the doctor, tell him your worry, have examine you and teach you to eamine yourself. Testis cancer is highly curable, and may not effect fertility - other testis may be fine, but this too can be checked, as sometimes there are intrinsic low sperm production. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of testicular cancer? What symtoms would be consistent with having testicular cancer?

Testes cancer: Usually a mass in your testicle. If you feel a mass in your testes you should be checked by a doctor and they may order an ultrasound. ...Read more

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Can asbestos cause testicular cancer?

No: Asbestos has not been linked to testicular cancer. ...Read more

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What's the survival rate of advanced testicular cancer?

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

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Help please! Could blue balls lead to testicular cancer?

Help please! Could blue balls lead to testicular cancer?

? Blue balls?: I have never heard of blue balls! What is it? I doubt anything like this can cause testicular cancer. ...Read more

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How can I distinguish between testicular cancer and cyst?

How can I distinguish between testicular cancer and cyst?

See your doctor: Testicular lumps can be cancer or benign. You don't want to take a chance of misdiagnosing yourself. Testicular cancer can be extremely aggressive so don't delay. Go see your doctor for a thorough exam. S/he may order an ultrasound to determine if you have a mass inside the testicle, but hopefully it is something benign such as a cyst or varicocele (dilated blood vessels). Good luck! ...Read more

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What's the difference between testicular cancer and cysts?

Cysts vs cancer: Cancer is a growth of cells that once it gets started it won't stop. It is usually solid. A cyst is like a balloon full of water. Lots of people have cysts and they are a normal finding. ...Read more

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Which kinds of testicular cancer can be seen in the blood?

These: Many seminomas produced some HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin), all choriocarcinomas produce abundant hcg, and many embryonal cell carcinomas produce AFP (alpha fetoprotein) depending on type. ...Read more

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How do drs distinguish between a cyst and testicular cancer?

Very different: A cyst is a fluid filled thin-walled structure without a solid component or abnormal color flow on doppler. Testicular cancer is solid (though sometimes with cystic spaces in it) that may also show areas of increased blood flow on color doppler ultrasound. ...Read more

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Can soiled or sweated underwear be cause of testicular cancer?

No: Testicular tumors can be divided into three groups, prepubertal, adolescent, and adult or seminoma. They originate from germ cells at different stages of development. The most common ones arise in postpubertal men and are characterized genetically by having one or more copies of an isochromosome of the short arm of chromosome 12 [i (12p)]. Unrelated to underware. ...Read more

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How can I distinguish between testicular cancer and hydrocele?

How can I distinguish between testicular cancer and hydrocele?

Scrotal ultrasound: Will provide the answer. Unless hydrocele is soft enough for you to palpate an otherwise normal testicle. Your primary care Dr. Can order it for you, or visit a urologist who performs office ultrasound examinations ...Read more

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Would it be a problem to refuse chemotherapy for testicular cancer?

Personal choice: A competent adult is free to choose or refuse any treatment. Given that the chance of cure for testicular cancer is high, it would not be a rational decision in the eyes of medical professionals. ...Read more

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Hello how likley are you to get prostate or testicular cancer age 41 thanks?

Hello how likley are you to get prostate or testicular cancer age 41 thanks?

Anything's possible: Prostate cancer is usually a disease of older men, and testicular cancer a disease of younger men. Neither is common in men in their 40s. ...Read more

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If you had testicular cancer is there usually not kind of irritation or is it common to not have pain?

If you had testicular cancer is there usually not kind of irritation or is it common to not have pain?

Listen, man...: Testicular cancer isn't painful until very late. If you have a testicular mass, or one of them has gotten a lot larger recently, get seen without delay. ...Read more

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If I developed testicular cancer in one of my testies what are the chances of developing another in the left one.

Increased: Though not by much. You'll bank your semen if you need to have both operated, and your hormones can be replaced to keep you happy and virile. At age 28, you should be enjoying your youth rather than fretting about uncommon health problems. Thankfully, the vast majority of testicular cancers are curable nowadays. ...Read more

Dr. CESAR HOLGADO
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Frequent Urination (Definition)

If the number going to pee makes a person feel inconvenient for daily living, it is denoted as urinary frequency or frequent urination, which should be individualized to reflect the function of bladder storage and emptying, urine excretion, and fluid consumption, although AUA defined it as peeing more than 8 times in ...Read more


Dr. Simon Kimm
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Testicular Cancer (Definition)

Cancer that develops in the testicles, a part of ...Read more