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hey this is my first time i have actually told n e 1 about this so im a bit shy...
im 16 years old and i have noticed a wierd lump on the bottom of my pinis, its
just being covered up slightly by my pubic hair but i have seen that it is growing bigger (btw i have had this lump for over 5 years now mayb more) only since i started pubity i have noticed it has growing a bit bigger every year. so im wondering if it is any thing serious. i am trying to build up the nurve to go see a docter but u know how it is when your growning up, and i dont know y it is just easier talking to strangers -_-.

so any advice would be great thank you!!
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replied May 13th, 2017
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Thank you for asking at ehealthforum

I read your question and i understand your concern. Bumps on penis are mostly benign and self resolving and due to clogged sebaceous pores. Just maintain good hygiene, dont pop poke or pick these bumps and wait and observe.


I hope it helps. Please talk to your local health care provider for further guidance as our answers are just for education purposes and cant be alternative to actual medical consult .

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Khan


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