In the United States there has been an increase in newborn males, as well as toddler aged boys, who have testicular cancer. Studies done by the Mayo Clinic show testicular cancer is not seen until a male is not seen until ages 15-35. This spike in male youths born with, or acute onset as a toddler, is attributed to the heartburn drug Zantac, generically sold as ranitidine. On April 1, 2020 the FDA announced a nationwide recall of Zantac and all variations due to it containing a carcinogen called N-nitrosodimethylamine. Abbreviated as NDMA, it is linked to a number of different cancers including bladder cancer, liver cancer, ovarian cancer, lung cancer, breast cancer, lymphoma, leukemia, and, of course, testicular cancer. If your child was born with, or has been diagnosed with, testicular cancer at any age you may be entitled to benefits and financial compensation. Please contact our Pennsylvania child injury attorneys handling child testicular cancer due to Zantac for a free case evaluation. They charge no fees if they are unable to recover benefits and compensation for you and your baby.
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Signs & Symptoms Of Testicular Cancer
As with all cancers testicular has several tell tale signs and symptoms. Sings of testicular cancer can include:
- A lump or enlargement in one testicle
- A feeling of heaviness in the scrotum
- A dull ache, pain or discomfort in the abdomen, groin or scrotum
- Fluid retention in the scrotum
- Enlargement, sensitivity or tenderness of the breasts
- Pain in the back, particularly the lower back
Testicular cancer usually affects only one of the testicles. Should your child exhibit, or complain of, any of these signs of testicular cancer please seek medical attention immediately.
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