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Well here's my question. I have had this tiny lump just

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Well here's my question. I have had this tiny lump just below the head of my penis for almost a month now. At first I thought it was maybe just a vein that had decided to move(I didn't know if that could even happen), but then it got much larger. After doing some research online it was what I believed to be a swollen Lymphocele. Some of the pages I read also stated that it would resolve itself with time and to just leave it alone. Since then I have been very gentle with it and left it alone. Now the lump is the smallest its ever been. I almost can't see it. Although the bump seems to be larger when I wake up and quickly shrink. The lump is not hard at all and has caused me no pain.
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Dermatology
Expert:  Dr. Pravin replied 1 year ago.

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