its on the inside. Its difficult to tell if it is deeper or not mainly because, it is so small, it is not on the skin on the outside. As I cant seen anyting on the skin of the scrotum. When I move the testicle around its difficult to feel it again its only easier to feel when i move the testicle into a certain point. Just to add i know its common for testicular cancer lumps to be the size of a pea roughly but in this case this feels more slighylt bigger than a grain of sand. Does this sound serious?
Thanks for answering and confirming doctor. Just another follow up question, from how I describe this does it sound like it could be a cancerous thing?Also when I hold the testicle in a certain position it is easier to feel it. When I move it around I can still feel it but not as well. Does this sound like it is on the testicle itself?
Okay thank you for your confirmation. From what I describe here, what does this sound like to you?
But i didnt have any trauma to the area recently nor any infections. I have just taken another look and it is very very small and i can only feel it when moving the testicle a certain way. I didnt notice it before and I check regularly. Are there any factors that increase testicular cancer risk?
It seems to be very very small infact in some instances its difficult to find it. I am really not sure if its been there all along or if its new. Is there anything i should do at this stage?
Apologies i did not respond to this earlier. Just a further question before rating the service, if the spot is on the actual testicle itself does this indicate testicular cancer? I have read that normally if its on the actual testicle it could be cancer, do any of the things i have described above seem to be consistent with testicular cancer?
i am aware that you have answered the points above. but what would be an indication in which case one would think that it is testicular cancer?
I have looked through but dont see this. What would be an indication in this case that I have described?