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I have a tiny lump in underneath my right testicle ie at the lowermost position , no pain or discomfort.. Since 1 month..Do I need to visit a doctor..?

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Dr. Simon Kimm
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In brief: Yes.

What you may be feeling is a small appendage to the testicle called the appendix testis, but any suspicious mass or lump in the testicle should have a professional evaluation to rule out a testicular tumor. Tumors are painless, but can grow quickly.
A detailed history and physical exam by a physician can assess whether a scrotal ultrasound should be performed.

In brief: Yes.

What you may be feeling is a small appendage to the testicle called the appendix testis, but any suspicious mass or lump in the testicle should have a professional evaluation to rule out a testicular tumor. Tumors are painless, but can grow quickly.
A detailed history and physical exam by a physician can assess whether a scrotal ultrasound should be performed.
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