Typically, testicular cancer develops in one or both testicles in young men, but it can occur in older men as well. It is a highly treatable and usually curable type of cancer. If you (or a loved one) are worried about developing testicular cancer, have just been diagnosed, are going through treatment, or are trying to stay well after treatment, the Detailed Guide, Overview, or More Information can help you find the answers you need.
Men who develop lumps, swelling, or pain in the groin or scrotal area may be worried they have testicular cancer. Here we describe the symptoms of testicular cancer and some other problems that may cause symptoms in this part of the body.
When you first learned you had cancer, you probably thought mostly about survival. But after awhile, other questions may have started coming up. You may be wondering "How 'normal' can my life be, even if my cancer is under control?" Or even "How will cancer affect my sex life?"
Talking about cancer can be hard. Here you'll find tips to help make it easier to talk with others about cancer, including your health care team and your family, friends, and co-workers.