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11 Symptoms of Testicular Cancer

2. Enlarged/swollen testicles or scrotum

Once in a blue moon, some males (teenagers, young adults, men and even boys) complain of having an enlarged or swollen testicle or scrotum, which may be painless or painful.

The swelling of the testicle or scrotum may be caused by an injury or a medical condition including epididymitis, an infection of the epididymis; orchitis, acute infection of the testicles; a hernia, infection or inflammation of the scrotal skin, scrotal cyst called spermatocele or testicular cancer.

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