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What are the symptoms of testicular cancer?

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The most common symptom of testicular cancer is a painless lump on a testicle. Other symptoms may include:

  • An enlarged or swollen testicle, with or without pain
  • A heavy, aching feeling in the lower stomach, low back, or groin

From: Testicles FAQ WebMD Medical Reference

SOURCES:

Nemours Foundation: "Male Reproductive System."

Nemours Foundation: "Is It Normal for One Testicle to Be Bigger?"

American Academy of Pediatrics: "Physical Development in Boys: What to Expect."

American Academy of Pediatrics: "Boys' Secondary Sex Characteristics."

Great Ormond Street Hospital: "Hanging Testicles."

American Cancer Society: "Do I Have Testicular Cancer?"

Reviewed by Dan Brennan on October 22, 2017

SOURCES:

Nemours Foundation: "Male Reproductive System."

Nemours Foundation: "Is It Normal for One Testicle to Be Bigger?"

American Academy of Pediatrics: "Physical Development in Boys: What to Expect."

American Academy of Pediatrics: "Boys' Secondary Sex Characteristics."

Great Ormond Street Hospital: "Hanging Testicles."

American Cancer Society: "Do I Have Testicular Cancer?"

Reviewed by Dan Brennan on October 22, 2017

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