Testicular cancer symptoms: Lump in testicle and other signs of the condition to know

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The NHS recommends seeing a GP if one or more of the symptoms are present.

However, they add: “If you do not feel comfortable visiting a GP, you can go to your local sexual health clinic, where a healthcare professional will be able to examine you.”

If cancer from the testicles spreads, at this point becoming metastatic testicular cancer, it can cause other symptoms.

A persistent cough, coughing or spitting up blood, shortness of breath, swelling and enlargement of the breasts, a lump or swelling in the neck, and lower back pain are all examples of how metastatic cancer will present.


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