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Hard "Spot"

Hi,

Im nearly 16 and found a small hard lump on my testicle, about the size of a BB. If i push my testicle against the scrotum it is visible and appears white. It just feels like a spot and im just wondering what it is.

Thanks
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Hi Dave, you need to have your scrotum and testicles examined by a urololgist.  He or she will most likely perform an ultrasound of the scrotum to determine what this lump may be.  Possibilities include a small blood clot (thrombophlebitis), varicocele (engorged veins coming from the testes), or, rarely, cancer of the testicle.  You need to see a urologist to determine what condition you have.
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