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Lump on scrotum

About three days ago I notice a small bumb at the base of my penis just where it connects to my scrotum sac. Today its about the size of a lima bean with a slight tenderness. Also about an hour ago I noticed blood and what I can only describe as a yellowish/clear slim-like matter in my fecal.
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How are you? A scrotal mass or lump can be benign or malignant. Scrotal masses can be caused by inflammatory or infectious diseases , physical injury to the scrotum, herniation  or tumors. This presents as painless or painful bulge or lump within the scrotum, infertility or enlarged scrotum. This should be properly evaluated by your doctor by ultrasound of the scrotum or biopsy.  The presence of blood in your stool could be due hemorrhoids or GI bleeding. It would be best to see your doctor  for clinical assessment. Take care and keep us posted.

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I have a lump on my scrotum its a small lump what could it be?
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