Ailments & Conditions

10 Signs of Testicular Cancer

Testicular Lump

A lump in one or even both testicles is the most common sign of testicular cancer. It is often known as malignant neoplasm in the testes. This growth can be often found during sexual intercourse, a routine testicular physical exam, or when you are taking a shower. The lump is typically painless, even though some would lead to pain. In addition, it can be either immovable or movable. The sizes can also vary, ranging from small peas to bigger marbles. When touching, you can feel it hard like a rock. Although a testicular lump can be very frightening, it does not necessarily indicate that you have cancer. It can also be caused by many other health conditions. Therefore, you should inform your healthcare provider as soon as possible to get a proper diagnosis. [1]