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A male asked:

Why is there a very small lumb on right testicle?

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Dr. George Klauber
Specializes in Pediatric Urology
Probably benign: However all lumps on testicles need 2B taken seriously in case they are malignant. Most common lumps are epididymal cysts, prominent head of epididymis, hydrocele of the cord, scrotal pearl (calcified appendix testis) or twisted appendix testis if lump is tender. Advise u to tell your parents ; have it checked out. Testis tumors are hard, unlike above. Compliment u for checking healthtap at ur age.

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A 34-year-old member asked:

What is this small bump under the right side of my testicles?

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Dr. James Lin
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Urology 52 years experience
Need more info...: The specifics & relevance of the bump are unclear enough to deduce right diagnosis. But based on what most of laypersons perceived, what you referred to may mean a sebaceous cyst on right side of the sac, which is common but bears low clinical significance as long as being free of symptoms or its rarely related infection. So, you may leave it alone. More? Seek evaluation & counseling.

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