ok, in my scrotum, i feel there are lumpy things. But they are stringy and also clustered. would cancer be like rock hard lumps or the stringy clustery lump that i have?
Is this cancer?
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Sounds like the tubes your juices flow through
What you described sounds normal
Do a Self Testicular Cancer Exam (STCE), Once a Month
Beginning at Puberty males should examine their testicles once a month. Do the STCE after a hot shower. Heat relaxes the scrotum, making it easier to find anything unusual. Stand naked in front of a mirror. Look for any swelling or unusual contours in the scrotum or groin. Normally, one of your testicles is larger and should hang lower than the other one. If you are in a cold room, you may notice your scrotum pull the testicles up closer to your abdomen. Do not be alarmed- this is a normal reflex.
Do STCE with both hands. Starting with the right testicle, place your index and middle fingers underneath your testicle, and your thumbs on top. Roll the testicle between your thumb and fingers. Now, follow the same steps with the left testicle. Find the epididymis, the cord-like structure on top and back of each testicle. (Do not mistake it for an abnormal lump.) Most tumors are pea-size, on the front or side of the testicle, and are usually painless. Now check your left testicle. Do not ignore any unusual findings or sensations.
You should do this every month. If you find anything unusual, see your physician immediately. Also, have a thorough physical exam each year.
Don't wait for a problem to just "go away." The odds of having cancer are low, but if you do have cancer, it is much better to find out early- and get treatment.