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lump in penis has grown a little long.

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Good night,

About two weeks ago I noticed a lump in my penis, on the right side and below the head, in the shaft. Two days before I had been with the penis erect for a long time (women are so complicated!) And the day before it happened again, and ended with sex. It appeared suddenly from one day to another.

It doesn’t hurt, and gets larger when the penis is erect. When is flaccid it’s barely notice only if you know it's there, but in sometimes also appears even in the flaccid state. It’s seem a vein, but hard.

Since I noticed your existence, it has grown a little long.

I have maintained normal sexual intercourse.

I am seriously worried, and start to affect my sex life. I ask for help to know what it is, because I only have an appointment doctor in 2 weeks.

What is it? How can I make it disappear? What type of exams do I need to do to be sure of what is it?

Pleeease help.


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replied June 6th, 2014
Penis Answer A47662
Thank you for asking!
These lumps and bumps on penis with no coital hygiene issue are usually innocuous and innocuity increases if there are no associated symptoms like discomfort or itching or pain. But still it would be wise to seek a STD specialist and get yourself evaluated.Rest assured the issue looks self resolving and nothing to worry about.Get more guidance at our healthcentre for sexual health
http://ehealthforum.com/healthcenter/sexua l-health
Take care


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