Testicular cancer is rare and accounts for about 1% of total cancers in men. However, it is the most common for men between the ages of 15 – 35.

The most common symptoms for testicular cancer are presence of swelling or a painless lump in either of your testicles. Less common symptoms include:

  • A sudden fluid build-up or a heavy feeling in your scrotum
  • Enlargement/tenderness in your breasts
  • Discomfort and/or pain in your scrotum and/or testicle
  • A back ache/pain
  • A dull groin or abdomen ache

At IPSA Medical Clinic, your clinician will examine you to determine if any further tests are suggested (e.g. an ultrasound scan or tumour marker blood tests). In IPSA Medical’s conducive clinic setting, with plenty of time available to discuss your worries with your physician, your experience will be both as reassuring and as comfortable as possible. If further tests are required, the reasons for those tests and the results will be discussed with you and clearly explained to you by your IPSA Medical physician in person.

If you are worried about any issues related to testicular cancer, then book your same-day IPSA Medical consultation by phone or through IPSA Medical’s online booking system.


Sameday (Walk-in) GP

It is often quite difficult to book appointments with your NHS GP at a time that suits you. Your symptoms might have already faded, or you might have recovered by the time of your NHS GP appointment.

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