Testicular Cancer Symptoms
Signs and symptoms of testicular cancer vary. Some of the most common include:
- A Lump in the Testicle or Testicles.
- Hardness in the Testes.
- Painless Swelling in the Testes.
- Dull Ache or Heavy Sensation in the Lower Abdomen, Anal Area or Scrotum.
- Changes in How the Testicle Feels.
- Build-Up of Fluid in the Scrotum.
- Pain or Discomfort in Testicle or Scrotum.
- Heavy or Swollen Scrotum.
- Tender or Enlarged Breasts.
If the testicular cancer is advanced, men may find a mass in their neck, have trouble breathing or cough a lot, experience nausea or vomiting. They may even have anorexia or difficulty eating. Lower back pain, bone pain, never pain, and leg swelling may indicate that a man has testicular cancer. Read more at your-health-your-choice.com