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Lump on scrotum

Excuse me please help

I'm 15 I have lump on scrotum when I busted it it bleed .

It is not connected to the testies though it does seem to be connected to a chord of sone sort ?

Please help????!
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Thank you for your question. Lumps on the scrotum could be one of several things, some which require treatment and some that do not. I detail some causes below. It is best for you to see your family doctor to determine if further treatment is necessary.

1. Sebaceous cysts are are swollen, blocked grease glands that look like yellowish pimples. When they become infected they become red and sore.

2. Angiokeratoma of Fordyce are small red blood blisters.

3. Genital Warts are a genital infection caused by Human Pappillomavirus (HPV). Most commonly they appear as shiny-pinkish-white warts.

4. Varicoceles is an abnormal enlargement of the veins within the scrotum.

5. Testicular cysts and testicular cancer are felt as lumps attached to the testicle that may be felt through the scrotum.

Ashutosh (Ash) K. Tewari, MD
www.cornellroboticprostate.org

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Sounds like you broke a vessel of some kind. I had a friend who did this. You need to tell your parent and see a doctor!
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