Health Encyclopedia


Health Encyclopedia Home

Urethral Cancer Symptoms

Urethral Cancer Symptoms


Urethral cancer can be a silent disease, with no symptoms at all during the early stages. People with urethral cancer may eventually develop any of the following symptoms:

  • Lump or growth in the penis or in the perineum, which is the area between the genitals and the anus

  • Blood in the urine

  • Urinating often or feeling a frequent urge to urinate without passing much urine

  • Pain, low flow, or dribbling while urinating

  • Enlarged lymph nodes in the groin area

  • Discharge from the urethra

It is important to remember that all of these symptoms can be caused by many other medical problems. If you have any of these symptoms, see your doctor as soon as possible.

Related Items
Cancer Source
  Urethral Cancer Introduction
  Urethral Cancer Risk Factors
  Urethral Cancer Diagnosis
  Urethral Cancer Staging
  Urethral Cancer Treatment Introduction
  Urethral Cancer Surgery
  Urethral Cancer Radiation Therapy
  Urethral Cancer Chemotherapy
  Early Detection and Prevention Are Keys to Gynecological Health
Cancer FAQs
  Urethral Cancer FAQ