Testicular Cancer

What are the possible symptoms of testicular cancer?

The most common symptoms are a painless lump or a swelling in either testicle. However, there are other symptoms, such as:


  • A sudden build up of fluid or a feeling of heaviness in your scrotum
  • Pain and/or discomfort in your scrotum or testicle
  • Tenderness/enlargement of your breasts
  • A back pain/ache
  • A dull ache in your groin or your abdomen

Your IPSA clinic and testicular cancer

At your IPSA clinic, your skilled IPSA physician will examine you and determine if further tests are required, such as an ultrasound scan or blood tests for tumour markers. In IPSA’s conducive setting, with ample time to discuss any worries, you can be assured that your experience will be both comfortable and reassuring. Any tests that are suggested by your IPSA physician and any results will be discussed clearly with you and explained to you on a face-to-face basis.
If you have any concerns about a lump in your testicles, book your same-day IPSA consultation by phone or via our online booking system.

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