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studies of healthy men with no symptoms show that testicular microlithiasis is much more common than is testicular cancer. As a result, researchers believe that testicular microlithiasis is unlikely to increase an otherwise healthy man's risk of testicular cancer
we don't know why some men get them and what causes them.
no, that would not damage the testicles or cause testicular microlithiasis.
don't stress or worry about that.
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yes, you are a healthy man age 26
and it doesn't sound like you have symptoms.
it depends on the symptoms
like you have a lump in your testicle or a testicular mass, you are more likely to have a testicular cancer.
a little more likely.
you seem really worried about having testicular cancer.
testicular cancer is not a common cancer.
I wouldn't let it scare you.
your chances of testicular cancer are still very very low.
it sounds like you have bad anxiety about this.
it sounds like you need to get some treatment to help decrease your anxiety symptoms
perhaps it might be best just to let your doctors do your testicular exams for you