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    about 2 moths ago i started seeing my right teste get bigger than my left, at first i thought i had hurt it or something. Now it is still big and sore, i am scared to tell my parents and i do not know when is the right time to tell them, when is the right time ???

  • #2
    Are they home right now? This would be a good time. Seriously, you don't need to wait for a "right time." Just blurt it out.
    Scott, [email protected]
    right inguinal orchiectomy 6/5/2003 > nonseminoma, stage I > surveillance > L-RPLND 6/24/2005 for recurrence, suspected teratoma but found seminoma, stage II > chylous ascites until 9/2005 > surveillance and "all clear" since


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    • #3
      CoolDude,

      Scott is totally right. Now is the time to tell them. If you had
      a sore throat you wouldn't think twice about telling them.
      This is no different.

      Please don't hesitate to tell your parents about any medical
      symptoms you have.

      Diane

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      • #4
        As parents it doesn't matter what part of our childrens body is hurting we just want to have it fixed ASAP.. You may feel a little embarrassed due to the location of the problem--Don't be---- Doctors see these kinds of things and worse on a daily basis... They are not there to pass judgement or make fun of you.. they are their to help!!!!! Good Luck!!!
        Moffitt Cancer Institute
        CANCER SUCKS
        Diagnosed/Left I/O 9/18/2004--Non-Seminoma/Stage IIIC--3X B.E.P chemo--3X T.I.P. Salvage chemo---Abdominal [email protected] 34cmX 24.5cmX 17.5cm---4/19/2005 --RPLND/Left Kidney,8 1/2lb Abdominal tumor,42 nodes removed---7/16/2005 Remission/Surveillance---Severe Peripheral Neuropathy--

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