Typically, and I stress the word "typically", seminoma is slow to spread. That is why the surveillance protocol goes on for 10 years with this disease. But it is cancer and should not be treated lightly. Although most, if not all of what you describe is probably attributed to surgery and other stress factors on your body, as well as hyper vigilance of any aches and pains you would have ignored in the past, please go see your doc with anything you think or feel may be unusual.
Originally Posted by twikary1
As I have said many times before, a pain is probably just that, a pain... even in the post TC world... but please have things checked and at worst report them during your 4mth surveillance visits.
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Mass found 11/20/08
Left I/O 11/25/08
Pathology: Seminoma, Stage 1
Surveillance: All Clear since