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I have the same thing, its a small hard and painless pea sized ball/lump on my left side underneath the testicle attached to a small tube like thing i guess. it also looks like the veins that go down to my testicles (especially) the left one is bigger--although it always has been kind of big. I have no pain when I pee or ejaculate but i feel like my entire groin area is in pain/ sore but i could be imagining that part of it and again this pain has been there for most of my life since i was 10 even. by the way i am now 22. So other than the obvious go to the doctor response, which im going to see a general physician tomorrow to get his opinion then if serious, i guess on to a urologist. Please give me some insight into this
Yeah, I too have the same thing. I am 19, and have had a pea sized sphere attached to my left testicle for about 5 years now. It is a separate sphere, connected by what appears to be (feels) like a vein. It does not hurt unless pressure is applied. And i also sometimes feel a pain to the entire area, almost a nulling dull pain that goes away after a few seconds.. like the aftershock of an unfriendly kick.
I am not particularly worried about this. And to be honest probably wont bring it up unless asked by a physician.... I don't want to seem to forward you know.. Play it hard to get.. ;)
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