i Really Hope It's Not Cancer... Please Help Me.

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i Really Hope It's Not Cancer... Please Help Me.

by Mememe on Mon Nov 27, 2006 12:00 AM

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So I'm sixteen years old, and I honestly think that I have testicular cancer. I haven't had any peace of mind for awhile now. I notice a foreign growth on my teste's awhile back, but I was / still am afraid to get it checked out. I don't remember how long they've been there for, but I get a physical every year (yet to have one this year) and they have gone unnoticed by the doctor (I'm afraid he just missed them...). Before I get crucified, I AM getting it checked out very soon... I just can't play the waiting game any long. I think that they have grown larger over this past year... but then again I could just be making it all up in my head. Anyway, I'm going to describe the lumps for you, and I'd like to know if they sound cancerous or not. Firstly, I have 3 lumps. The largest of the three is located above my left teste. It is the largest, and I'm not sure if it is attached or not. I'd say its about 1/3 the size of my teste. It's not hard, and it's not smooth... its somewhat mobile and it is real noticeable when I am in water. The second its located above and in front of my right teste. It's not as big, but its long... almost like a vain. It seems to be somewhat mobile (which leads me to believe it might not be attached). The last lump is totally different than the first two. It is on the bottom of my left teste and I'm not sure if it is a growth at all. It is small, hard and definitely smooth. It isn't mobile. The weird thing is that (this may sound silly) I normally cannot feel it. It only seems to appear after sex and sometimes when I'm in water. Could these be anything but cancer? Or do you guys definitely think that I'm xxxxx ed here? Also, my right testicle hangs lower than my left sometimes... about an inch lower. Not all the time, just sometimes.

RE: i Really Hope It's Not Cancer... Please Help Me.

by Mnoverboard on Tue Mar 06, 2007 12:00 AM

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On 11/27/2006 Mememe wrote:

So I'm sixteen years old, and I honestly think that I have testicular cancer. I haven't had any peace of mind for awhile now. I notice a foreign growth on my teste's awhile back, but I was / still am afraid to get it checked out. I don't remember how long they've been there for, but I get a physical every year (yet to have one this year) and they have gone unnoticed by the doctor (I'm afraid he just missed them...). Before I get crucified, I AM getting it checked out very soon... I just can't play the waiting game any long. I think that they have grown larger over this past year... but then again I could just be making it all up in my head. Anyway, I'm going to describe the lumps for you, and I'd like to know if they sound cancerous or not. Firstly, I have 3 lumps. The largest of the three is located above my left teste. It is the largest, and I'm not sure if it is attached or not. I'd say its about 1/3 the size of my teste. It's not hard, and it's not smooth... its somewhat mobile and it is real noticeable when I am in water. The second its located above and in front of my right teste. It's not as big, but its long... almost like a vain. It seems to be somewhat mobile (which leads me to believe it might not be attached). The last lump is totally different than the first two. It is on the bottom of my left teste and I'm not sure if it is a growth at all. It is small, hard and definitely smooth. It isn't mobile. The weird thing is that (this may sound silly) I normally cannot feel it. It only seems to appear after sex and sometimes when I'm in water. Could these be anything but cancer? Or do you guys definitely think that I'm xxxxx ed here? Also, my right testicle hangs lower than my left sometimes... about an inch lower. Not all the time, just sometimes.

 

 

Hello. I have the same symptoms. Did you get it checked out? Please let me know as I am concerned as well. Thank-you
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