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We see a lot of testicular lumps and patients are often very concerned when they find a lump in their testicle that its going to be a testicular cancer and that can occasionally be the case but its not a common presentation. We can assess this and we can also assess the causes of other lumps in the testicle: things like cysts in the epididymis behind the testicle, fluid around the testicle (hydrocele) and they can all be diagnosed and dealt with within the Manchester Urology clinics and a treatment plan discussed with the patient.