A few weeks ago I had severe pain in my lower abdominal area, it was thought to be a Appendecitis. I saw a doctor, the whitee blood count was very high. He checked me each day for 4 days, as the pain slowly went away.
I am not sure if my other symptoms came afterwards or before and there may be no connection.
I have noticed within the last few weeks that when I run, every now and then, that my right testical seemed to be a little uncomfortable. I really didn't pay to much attentioto it till last night. While in bed I checked it out, and it seemed slightly larger that the right, but it seemed the same the next morning. I looked in the mirror and noticed that it was raised up abt 1/4 to 1/2 inch. It is slightly been uncomfortale most of the day today. Not painful, but I know it is there, kinda like it wants to hurt. Does that make since?
What should I bo next?
Testes cancer presents usually with a painless mass. Pain, size discrepancy, and scrotal position are not typical for testicular cancer. See your doctor for an exam and further advice regarding treatment of our symptoms.
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