Cancer Signs & Symptoms: Scrotum/Testicle Changes

Don’t ignore these warning signs & symptoms!

Any irregularities or changes in the scrotum or testicles can be a sign of cancer. Finding these symptoms early gives you an improved chance at successful treatment. Discover what to look for below, and remember: knowing and spotting cancer signs and symptoms early can save your life.

What To Look For:

  • Lump or swelling in either testicle that is usually not painful (49)
  • Unexpected firmness of the testicle (49)
  • Enlargement of a testicle or scrotum (49)
  • Feeling of heaviness in the scrotum (49)
  • Dull ache in the lower abdomen or in the groin (49)
  • Sudden collection of fluid in the scrotum (49)
  • Pain or discomfort in a testicle or in the scrotum (49)
  • Erection difficulty, decrease in ejaculation fluid, or pain (49)

Notice Something? Here’s What To Do Next:

  • Should you spot any signs, consider them a “red flag”. It does not mean you have cancer. If signs do not disappear within one week, contact your medical team for a professional evaluation.

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