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Does discoloration of your testicles mean you have testicular cancer?

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Dr. Michael Yu
Urology
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In brief: X-ray vision?

You can't see your testicles without actually opening the scrotum, so i assume that the scrotum is what you're referring to.
The scrotum can change in appearance depending on many things, the most common of which is temperature. Infection of the skin, such as cellulitis can also cause a change in color. Check with your doctor.

In brief: X-ray vision?

You can't see your testicles without actually opening the scrotum, so i assume that the scrotum is what you're referring to.
The scrotum can change in appearance depending on many things, the most common of which is temperature. Infection of the skin, such as cellulitis can also cause a change in color. Check with your doctor.
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