If you notice any new changes to your health, get it checked out. Support is still available. Your GP will always be happy to talk to you
Testicle lumps and swellings
Lumps and swellings in the testicles (balls) aren’t usually caused by anything serious, but you should get them checked by a GP.
Call the surgery to arrange to see your GP if you notice: the surgery to arrange to see your GP if you notice:
• a lump in your testicles
• swollen testicles
• a change in the shape of your testicles
• a change in the way your testicles feel
• one testicle that’s become bigger than the other
• aching or discomfort in your testicles that doesn’t go away
Lumps in the testicles can be a sign of testicular cancer. This is easier to treat if it’s found early.
Contact the surgery on 01257 513970