About 36 hours ago I noticed a lump in my ball bag. I hadn't noticed it before so I assume it grew quite quickly.
It is quite large, I think about 1.5-2cm long and about 1cm wide, egg shaped but slightly flattened.
It is not near the testicle and does not appear to be attached to the testicle. It appears to be atttached to the groin or top of the leg.
Do you have any idea what it could be?
I had been away for a couple of days with family and therefore had not been sexually active. I was quite horny and I wanked quite a lot not long before I noticed it. Maybe that's not relevant or maybe that is the cause?
Anyway, spotted it during the early hours of Wednesday morning, and I plan on seeing a doctor on Monday if it has not gone.
If you can help, it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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