To me too, it seems you got a cancer phobia. Nevertheless you may got for few blood tests like CEA, AFP. But this all are just what we call them as tumor markers.
Get a thorough body checkup- CT scan of chest and abdomen and pelvis, get your thyroid workup done. Your anxiety will lessen when all these tests would turn out to be negative and thus you would be overcoming your phobia. It is reallya dvisable that you see a psychiatrist if you are so much bothered. I am sure he can be of much help to you John.
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Thanks for the reply. I am really worried about getting cancer I know it is not healthy, but these fears are based on health problems I have been having. Anyway thanks again for answering.
Will insurance pay for the test to be done? My symptoms are gynecomastia, erectile dysfunction, body aches, blurry vision, back pain, headaches, fatigue, soft tender lump on inner thigh and stomach and testicular pain. I have no lumps on or in my testicles that I can feel. I had a basic blood test and a hormone test done nothing indicating testicular cancer, but testosterone was low but within range. Doctor did a testicular exam but no ultrasound. I am not completely honest when I see my doctor about all my symptoms as I am scared.