lump.... help needed...

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  1. mega_drive2

    mega_drive2 New Member

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    I really am worried.. I have this little lump on my penis... but it doesn't look like an infection or red or anything... it's just there... I'm not circumsised, when I peel my foreskin I can't seem to find the problem...

    sometimes I feel like a little "pinch" on the area, it feels like the vein is makin pressure or something..... If u know anything please help me out.... :confused::frown1:
     
  2. nkattman

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    post a picture... I'm saying this in a non sexual way. More if a concerned way
     
  3. D_Bob_Crotchitch

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    Please go see a doctor right away. That is nothing to overlook. It may turn out to be nothing but you won't know until you see the doctor. Your genitalia is too important to not go get checked out. Let us know how it turns out.
     
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    if it is anything, the sooner you catch it the easier it is to prevent
     
  5. oldriver

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    You're a bit vague on describing the lump -- how big, where, etc.? There are several kinds of anomalies that can appear on a penis, some normal, some harmless, and some can become serious. A doctor is your best bet; however, you can bone up on things (pun not intended) by looking up "penis" in Wikipedia and read about Fordyce's spots, pearly penile papules (my cock has those - harmless), sebacious prominences, or lymphangiosclerosis, among others.

    Don't ignore pain though. I have a good friend who had a "little pinch" under his cock when he was about 16 (well past his puberty), it turned out to be a strangulated testicle and he had to have one nut removed surgically. Fortunately for him, he didn't lose any sexual ability -- slightly reduced sperm count, though -- and he has fathered two children in the 7 years since his "semi-castration." (I can even tease him about it in the locker room.)
     
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    Sorry for the caps, but GET AWAY FROM THE INTERNET AND SEEK A DOCTOR NOW.
     
  7. STYLYUNG

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    Ask your doctor to refer you to a urologist for a quick appointment.
     
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    Don't ask us for advice - we have no idea.

    Ask a doctor as soon as possible
     
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    three words:
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    They have seen it all so don't worry
     
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