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After the procedure what are some symptoms you feel? I personally feel tired and it's been 2 weeks today and still feel weak. As long as I force myself out of bed and eat I feel ok but I've just been sluggish. Still sore from the surgury as well but it's diffinitely alot better. I was taking hydrocodone for the pain but I stopped about a week ago because I was itchy. What are some of your experiences with this?


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Lymphoma or TC?

Has anyone been told by the urologist that it looks like testicular carcinoma and they performed an orchiectomy and pathology reports DLBCL diffuse large b cell lymphoma in the testis?



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Joined: Aug 2017

Post Chemo. What to do?

So June 30th was my last chemo Infusion I was diagnosed with Testicular Cancer on March 8th I decided to start chemo as soon as possible. I now have had a month without chemo, I still get really light headed alot, I get tired of walking around and Im tired of all the post chemo symptoms. I want and need to get back to my routines from before all this, working out playing sports and driving and having fun.

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Agent orange Gleason 9 open surgery prepubic radical prostatectomy and pelvic lymph node dissection

I finished my radiation therapy Monday that was for the cancer in the connecting tissue of my bladder.

Yesterday I found a lump on the inside of my left buttock right next to my butthole and I don't know if it's a cyst or tumor or what it could be.

Being a disabled Vietnam veteran I will have to call my clinic tomorrow and not know exactly when I can have someone to look at it.

It seems to be about the size of the end of my little finger and I didn't notice it before IF it was smaller and got larger .

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Joined: Mar 2017

Is seminoma the same as testicular cancer?

hello there, i just recently joined this forum and my dad is a cancer patient and he is diagnosed with seminoma but the problem is we are not so sure on what is that as it is quite rare among our people, so i would just like to ask is seminoma the same as testicular cancer? can anybody who has experienced this type cancer eloborate more on this cancer and the treatment for it?your help would be really appreciated. thank you

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Can Surgery for Microlithiasis prevent testicular cancer?


 I wonder if you could kindly help me.  Any assistance would be deeply appreciated.

 I have been experiencing some pain in the left testicle for almost 12 years.

 Since 4 years ago, I had a number of ultrasound exams done.

 All the ultrasound exams showed that I have small hydroceles and epididymal head cysts in both testicles.

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Depression in loved one


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How long does the anger and hate last towards the ones you love?

I am a thyroid cancer sevior 5 years, When I first started dating  my boyfriend 2 years ago I noticed his testical was off. This winter I almost died do to doctor error, which caused me to lose my ovary in February of 2016. After this happend his testical became a huge concern for me, even though he wasnt at all. We are both 31 with no children so this seemed like it should be a big deal. Once his sleep paterns and habbits changed I knew something was wrong.

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Fear of more chemo

I have an upcoming appointment for bloodwork to see what my tumor marker count is at. Depending on the count, I will find out further ttreatmen plan. I have already gone through a session of chemo, and it was terrible. Lots of throwing up, nausea, pain from the surgery, no energy, etc. I'm finally feeling better, but to be honest I am terrified of the upcoming appointment. It doesn't help that I am stationed over seas away from my family. Does anyone have any advice?


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