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1- Is he urinating more frequently?
2- Any other symptoms?
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1- Do you mean on the lump is on the shaft of the penis?
Friend, if the penile tissue was enlarged and then within 2 minutes went back to normal it is possible he had an erection. The lump you are seeing in the penis is a tissue that is called the bulbis glandis which further supports an erection. The big question is: Where the blood came from? If you are not seeing any cuts or abnormalities in the penis this could be originating in the bladder like when they have bladder stones, inflammation, prostate disorders, an infection, etc. to name a few causes. There is no reason to panic, but, I would follow up with your family veterinarian for a hands-on examination and urinalysis as an initial screening test. If at any point you notice that he is not able to urinate or is having a hard time passing urine then he should be seen by ER veterinarian, this is an indication of a possible stone blocking the outflow of urine. In the meantime, there is nothing to worry about.
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