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Pea sized lump on testicle

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Today I checked my testicles for bumps and I found a pea size bump on my left testicle. It's located on top middle and it feels like an awkward shaped bump. It also seems to be move around but that could be because when I shift it the testicle moves too. I also have an unexplained pain in my lower back which I read as being a possible symptom of testicular cancer. Two months ago I had an ultrasound because I was having pain in my groin area and my doctor suspected that I might have torsion in my testicles. The ultrasound showed that I had a couple of small cysts located on both testicles but not to worry. I have not checked my testicles for bumps for a long long time and I just decided now to check and I found that bump. Since the ultrasound showed nothing two months ago, should I see a doctor right away? If something has developed since the ultrasound, would this still be an early detection?
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replied December 21st, 2007
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If it is something that wasn't present last time you were at the doctor, go get it checked.
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replied December 22nd, 2007
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he had three cysts, and he removed them, he feels better now. the cyst were growing and he was worry all the time. I don't know but if I get them I get rid of them right away \. good luck bro...
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replied February 24th, 2012
I've had a few pea sized bumps on both testes for about 10 years now. They are not attached to the testicle itself but attached to the ball skin. Nasty little !**@!. I'm guessing tthat if they were cancerous I'd be dead by now. Or at least be in pain. Anyone else relate or have any info?
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replied February 24th, 2012
Go to Dr! My husband had testicular cancer. He noticed a small bump and within a month it was huge. He had non seminoma. He had a large mass cut our of his back which caused back pain. Please get it checked out. Develops very fast.
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