Signs and Symptoms
The warning signs & symptoms of testicular cancer
A lump of any size on the testicle
Enlargement of the testicle, change in shape, size or any irregularities
Pain or discomfort in the scrotum or testicle
A dull ache or sense of pressure in the lower abdomen or back
A feeling of heaviness or fullness in the scrotum
Enlargement or tenderness of the breasts due to elevated hormone levels
In most cases early stages of testicular cancer present themselves in a completely painless manner.
Advanced signs & symptoms of testicular cancer
- Significant weight loss (due to the growth of tumors and/or enlarged abdominal lymph nodes)
- Back pain
- Chest pain, coughing or difficulty breathing
- Coughing up blood (due to tumors in the lungs)
- Enlargement of the lymph nodes in the abdomen and/or neck
If any of the Signs & Symptoms of testicular cancer are present, you need to see your doctor for further testing immediately.