I noticed when I was very young, between 16-17yrs old, that there was a lump at the base of my penis, about a half an inch up in my pubic hair area! In time I noticed that the lump was gone. I am 30yrs old now, and getting out of the shower 5 days ago I noticed that it was back! It is oval in shape, its not hard but its not soft either. When I had it when I was a teen, the lump didnt hurt any, however now it is uncomfortable to the touch. I do trim in that area, but do not shave, so I know that it is not caused by that, and I have not been sexually active since 2005, however I have masturbated, but have not done that in about 4 months now. I am concerned because the lump hurts now. If anyone has any information on this, PLEASE, PLEASE fill me in! Thanks
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