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The most common initial symptom of testicular cancer is a lump or swelling in the testicles. With early detection and diagnosis of this condition, treatment is usually successful at achieving a cure. Men are therefore advised to regularly check their testicles (on a monthly basis) and to seek immediate medical attention if they notice any abnormalities.
Some of the symptoms of testicular cancer are described below:
If the testicular cancer has spread or metastasized to other parts of the body, a man may experience other symptoms. This occurs in around 5% of men who develop testicular cancer. The most common sites of metastasis in testicular cancer are the lymph nodes in the lungs and abdomen. More rarely, the cancer spreads to the bones, liver or brain.
Some of the symptoms of mestastatic testicular cancer include the following: