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Is penis cancer painful enough that I would definitely notice it?

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In brief: No

Penile cancer is generally not painful.
It is detected by clinical and visual examination. There may also be a foul smell from the site, depending on the length of time it has been present. There may also be some difficulty with urination but is also generally not painful.

In brief: No

Penile cancer is generally not painful.
It is detected by clinical and visual examination. There may also be a foul smell from the site, depending on the length of time it has been present. There may also be some difficulty with urination but is also generally not painful.
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Dr. Morton Levitt
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In brief: Penile Cancer

No. You may only show a small red apple or sore that doesn't heal.
Typically, there is no pain. It is best to consult your doctor if you are concerned, because early intervention is the key to success with penile, as well as any form of cancer.

In brief: Penile Cancer

No. You may only show a small red apple or sore that doesn't heal.
Typically, there is no pain. It is best to consult your doctor if you are concerned, because early intervention is the key to success with penile, as well as any form of cancer.
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