Testicular Cancer Symptoms & Signs
The first and early sign of testicular cancer is most commonly a little ("pea-sized") lump on the testis (painless testicular lump). There may be no real pain, at most just a dull ache in the lower abdomen or groin, perhaps a sensation of dragging and heaviness. The signs and symptoms of cancer of the testicle may include...
- a lump in or on a testicle (testicular lump) is the most common sign;
- any enlargement or swelling of a testicle and/or scrotum;
- shrinking of a testicle;
- a feeling of heaviness in the scrotum (scrotal heaviness);
- a dull ache in the lower abdomen (lower abdominal pain) or in the groin (groin ache)...