I constantly feel like killing people. I'm angry at everything and anything. I constantly feel that I am suffering from cancer of the testicles even after two doctors said nothing was wrong, as I had an issue when I was a child.One of my testicles is half the size of the other. My doctor checked for testicular cancer and said I was fine and both testicles were in the scrotum, but he never mentioned anything about the size difference, but I am concerned about it?
I have an obsession with murderers and gruesome stories. I perceive my future unrealistically and often think about it. Help?
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Have you been seen for this as yet?
I mean seen by a psychiatrist or referred to one?
Do you have any other medical problems?
Are you on any medications for anything presently?
Please let me know.
No I haven't been seen by anyone yet. I was thinking of approaching my GP and talking about this. I constantly worry also that one testicle is half the size of my other one, but doctors have seen this and never mentioned I should be concerned, but I constantly worry about anything and everything, always thinking of the worst possible scenario. I am not on medications nor do I have any medical problems that I know of.
You should definitely be seen by your GP and be referred to a psychiatrist.
You are having hypochondriasis.
Thank you. But from what I have read it is only normal for one testicle to be slightly bigger, mine is nearly half the size of the other one?
The best thing to do is a testicular ultrasound
that will definitively rule out a tumor or anything serious.
If you have had an ultrasound of the testes and it is normal then I would not worry
I've asked about that but two doctors checked and said it was fine.
Thanks for your help.
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Sorry, I misread you. The doctors didn't give me an ultrasound they physically checked.
You should request an ultrasound.
Go to the GP and request an ultrasound and if that is normal that will definitively rule out anything serious.