Lumps feel like unusual 3-D masses within the testicle or testicles. When paired with other symptoms like swelling, pain and redness, an infection may be the culprit. If the testicular lump is the only sign present, the cause may be injury, inflammation or a mass formation.
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Because some of these conditions could be very serious, it is critical to go get any testicular lump or lumps checked out by a physician. In the case of testicular cancer, early discovery greatly helps the rate of treatment and ability to cure.
Medically Reviewed by J. Frank Martin JR., MD on June 18, 2019Written by Alexa Amador on October 17, 2017