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Symptoms Of A Lymphocele
No: No. There are lots of medical terms using the suffix "-cele" and they are frequently confused and inappropriately used. A lymphocele is a unique lesion which typically comes about from the disruption of lymphatic pathways following surgery or injury. It is a collection of lymph fluid which fails to be absorbed internally. They can become infected, but are rarely caused by an infection. ...Read more
I have two lumps in the penile one in the right and one on the left in the shaft and i have ED one of them like Lymphocele is that causes the ED ?
Probably not: A lymphocoel,should not cause ED.Get a more detailed answer ›
I notice a red bump under my frenulum after masterbaiiting , like it very sensitive when I touch it, I'm also a virgin cause by friction Or lymphocele?
Does a lymphocele come and go? and do they just stay a reddish skin color, some have went away within days but a couple more have popped up? The do not scab or pop they are just hard like bb's under the skin
Lymphocele unlikely: from your description. Study: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LymphoceleGet a more detailed answer ›
Woke up after 1 min of oral sex and noticed a small ulcer looking thing, totally painless. Does not hurt when I pee or any discomfort. Lymphocele?
Unlikely, but...: The reported timing and the described features of the lesion would unlikely fit the features of lymphocele or STD-related diseases; so, leave it alone and just wait, watch, and see how this lesion may evolve and change over the next one week as long as being free of symptoms. Besides, perusing articles in What to Do at Feeling Sick? in http://www.formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html & others. ...Read more
Lymphangitis?: A lymphocele of the penis would be unlikely. Sclerosing lymphangitis, related to rough masturbation or sex, is self limited, though it can make the penis look quite ill. As for other lumps, Peyronies Disease causes firm plaques to arise in the deep part of the penis, which can result in erectile dysfunction. If you have > 30' curvature or pain with erection, see your urologist ASAP. ...Read more