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Testicular Cancer

Some men with testicular cancer have no symptoms at all with the disease only being detected during other routine examinations.



Symptoms could include a lump or swelling in the testicle, feeling of heaviness in the scrotum, accumulation of fluid in the scrotum, aches in the lower back, groin or abdomen, breast growth or soreness, unexplained tiredness. Klinefelter’s syndrome is an inherited disease (a genetic condition in which a male is born with an extra copy of the X chromosome) that is also linked to testicular cancer. Testicular cancer is most common in the 15-35 age group but can also develop in older people.

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