8 Signs Revealing You Have Testicular Cancer

Groin pain

There’s a difference between groin pain and testicular pain, but since there are nerve connections throughout this area, it is common to have a testicular pain spreading to the groin area, and it is not necessarily because there’s actually a problem around the groin. Groin pain should be examined as well because it is likely caused by hernias, tendinitis, and kidney stones.

However, it is common to feel groin pain when there is an inflammation in the testicles, a malignant or benignant mass, and fluid buildup in the scrotum. These conditions would likely cause groin pain by themselves, and they are often joined in the event of testicular cancer.