Symptoms of testicular cancer are typically a small, painless lump in a testicle or a slightly enlarged testicle. Other symptoms may include swelling or discomfort in the scrotum or lower abdomen.
Save the Doodads wants to stress the importance of men becoming familiar with testicular self-examination, so that they can detect changes if the occur. It is important for men to know that these symptoms do not necessarily lead to cancer but can also be caused by infections or other conditions. Only a physician can tell you if you have cancer and the appropriate treatment options.