I recently found a small lump on the shaft of my penis, under the skin. It's about the size of a BB, but oblong in shape. There is no pain or discomfort, or any adverse effects from it. It seems to have appeared within about one weeks time. I saw one doctor and he said it may be a cyst. My question: Will it go away? How did it form there, and why? Thanks.
i have also discovered the same weird lump on the left underside of my penis shaft.
it has been there for a couple of months now and doesn't hurt, itch, or even feel different at all.
over the last few months it has not changed size or shape at all.
i am not sure if i have had it my whole life or whether i only just discovered it!!
u say the doctor u saw said it could be a scist? what does that mean?
wouldn't a scist expand? the lump on my penis is the same!!
im goin to go and see a doctor...i'll let you know what he says...
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