Testicular Cancer FAQs
Being diagnosed with testicular cancer can feel overwhelming, causing a wide range of emotions and leaving you with many questions. At Moffitt Cancer Center, we understand the many emotional, physical and psychological challenges that individuals can experience as they receive a cancer diagnosis and undergo treatment. That’s why we rapidly provide comprehensive services for our patients, including diagnostic tests, many different treatment options and a full range of supportive care services in a single, convenient location.
Additionally, we are available to answer questions you have about testicular cancer at any point during your diagnosis or treatment. While your best source of information for individualized advice is your physician, you may find it helpful to browse through the following articles for some general information that answers a few of the most frequently asked questions patients have about testicular cancer:
- What age group is testicular cancer most common?
- Will I become infertile after testicular cancer treatment?
- Where does testicular cancer spread to?
- Does testicular cancer spread quickly?
- Side effects of chemotherapy for testicular cancer
- How to test for testicular cancer
- How do you check for testicular cancer?
If you have questions specific to your individual diagnosis, your best option is to discuss your condition directly with a cancer expert who specializes in treating testicular cancer, such as the physicians at Moffitt. We welcome you to schedule an appointment by filling out a new patient registration form or calling 1-888-663-3488. No referral is required to schedule an initial consultation and connect with a cancer expert in a day.