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Painless Lump On Scrotum
Enlarged lymph nodes: Most likely it an enlarged lymph nodes. Specially it is a little tender to touch. Nothing to worry about. It is due to a minor pelvic or urinary infection. If you have vaginal discharge or urinary increased frequency go see a physician. You might need antibiotics. If it doesn't go away after few days it must be looked at under all circumstances. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Red painless lump under left shaft of penis shiny around lump no sexual activity no discharge hard underneath skin noticed yesterday? Epidermiod cyst?
After masturbateing, large somewhat movable lump deep under penis shaft very little pain near bottom of penis and beginning of tesitsack its hard lump?
Have it examined: See a urologist or your family doctor and have it evaluated. ...Read more
Lumps in Scrotum: This is very common reason men come in to be seen. First, testicular cancer is found in younger men. After about age 32 you are not at risk of this anymore. Second, the most common reason for lumps in the scrotum are scar tissues from injuries while growing up. These scars often called varicoceles are at risk for occasional pain if they get irritated and swell. ...Read more
Painful swollen lymph node (left side) groin 2 painful bumps, lumps, on vagina lip (left) and the entire left lip is swollen.?
A bb sized lump in the scrotum, against the shaft of the penis. No pain, no symptons, been there for atleast 1, 5 year. No growth, what is it?
See urologist: Benign growths in the scrotum often occur and often are spermatoceles. However i advise having a urologist check you to be sure. If it is needed an ultrasound of the testicles is an easy procedure which identifies the type of growth present. ...Read more
I have 15 to 16 painless lumps from 4 5 days between thighs and scrotum and I have been diagnose with scabies , I have took the medications of that a?
Can you complete: Question ; clarify what you are asking. Please re-ask. Thanks, . ...Read more
Small lump on tubes(?) going from scrotum to body. Top left side of ball sac. No pain. Is this just my texture/anatomy
Probably Normal: Sounds like you are feeling tiny lymph glans surrounding the vas deferens (the tube that carries the sperm from the testicles to your seminal vesicles A good question to ask is "does it feel the same on both sides?? If YES its probably normal..if NO see your Primary Care Doctor. Hope this helps Dr Z ...Read more
I was hit by a knee during a basketball game and have since noticed a new lump in my scrotum. It does not hurt but should I do anything about it?
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Lump over left testis which is appearing & disappearing for the last 3 days,no pain,mild discomfort,scrotal U/S shows every thing is normal,not hernia
If you're still...: ...worried, I suggest you follow up with the physician that you saw about this. If your exam & ultrasound were normal, probably there's nothing wrong. Most likely you're feeling a normal anatomic structure. Perhaps a small dose of extra assurance will make you feel better. ...Read more
Found a deer tick found on scrotum 2 days ago. The bite itself is a little bump. About an inch away is a painless, but large lump. Doctor or er?
Office visit: This is a routine issue for an office evaluation.There is no specific reason for you to be seen within the next few hours. ...Read more
Swelling/lump in perineum my husband (age 80) has a lump behind his penis in what i believe is the perineum -- it's the area that connects the scrotum to the rest of his body. The lump is fairly large, smooth, and does not hurt. It seems to be tender wh
Here are some ...: To see is to believe; so bring him to see a urologist to verify it without a doubt. Further online chat may aggravate more anxiety and fear due to uncertainty although clinically it may be an infected sebaceous cyst. So, bring the info on its onset, duration, evolution, & progress to Doc for analysis + exam with inspection & palpation + tests as needed so to define what it is & how to do with it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
10d since my open inguinal hernia repair. A painless, hard lump, like a thick cord has appeared in my scrotum (side of incision). What could it be?
Scrotal Lumps: These are almost always scars or cysts the develop from past injuries. These are often called varicoceles or spermatoceles. ...Read more
I have a very small lump on the left side of my scrotum and its painfull at times what could it be?
It could be...: Depending on your age and the location, size, etc of the lump this could be a great many things ranging from benign (like torsion of the testicular appendix) to serious (like testicular cancer). Any new lump, especially a painful one, in the scrotum must be taken seriously. However, it needs to be seen to be properly evaluated. Don't delay seeing you doctor. Go right away! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have small white lumps in my scrotum, they're completely solid and are not painful; what are they?
Scotal bumps: These could be few things, most of these are benign. If these are many it could be calcinosis of the scrotum, if fine yellow/ white spots, fordyce's spots. If singular it could be epidermal cyst. Please not if you have a testicular mass, that needs to be checked out quickly. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
I have a very painful lump just at the base of my scrotum. It feels like another little scrotum and its located symetrical to when my scrotum is.
I found a small lump on my scrotum that got noticeably smaller over the following few nights until was gone. Ditto i need to be concerned or examined?
Lumps and Bumps: Nope. If the lump goes away it had to be a benign problem. ...Read more
Here are some...: Why and how were you found to have a lump in your sac? By what you saw or palpated or others? Likely, what you referred to is not clinically significant since the scrotal US was okay. It is good idea to do testicular self-examination after professional evaluation and instruction. To do all related things correctly, follow suggestion in http://formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html. Best to health.... ...Read more
Many things.: If this is in the skin it is often a sebaceous cyst. If it is inside the scrotum but outside and free from the testicle itself it can be an enlargement of the cables (nerves, spermatic cord, and blood vessels) that connect the testicle back to the abdomen. (cystocele, varicocele, spermatocele). It could also be a hernia. ...Read more