Is the lump attached to the testicle or does it feel like its within the scrotum and not attached? A testicular cancer lump will feel like a hard or firm lump that will be directly attached to the testicle. Any suspicious lump should be evaluated by a urologist. (ultrasound and blood tests) Often there's no pain with testicular cancer lumps so it depends on the location of the lump you've found. (let the doctor determine this)
Most testicular cancer tumors are highly treatable when found early. If its nothing you dont have to worry. If its something serious you can take care of it early and go on with life.
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