Testicular cancer - How to spot it
Things can go wrong with your testicles slowly, quickly or very fast.
A few conditions that affect the testicles are serious, but most are not so being obsessed or frightened for no good reason is undesirable.
Knowing what your testicles normally feel and look like makes good sense so that changes can be spotted and advice sought quickly if needed. Getting the balance right is the name of the ball game!
Signs to watch out for:
- a lump in one testicle
- pain and tenderness in either testicle
- discharge or pus from the penis
- blood in the sperm at ejaculation
- a build-up of fluid inside the scrotum
- a heavy or dragging feeling in the groin or scrotum
- an enlargement of the breasts with or without tenderness
- an increase in size of a testicle (one testicle is normally larger then the other but the size and shape should remain more or less the same).
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