I find that my testicles bulge a bit ONLY after masturbation. It doesn't give me any pain of any sort. I found no lump when it sort of swells after masturbation(or at other times). The swelling reduces a in a few minutes after ejaculating and comes back to normal. When i touched my testicles, i didn't find anything hard or any lump in there except for a cylindrical nerve like thing (or maybe the nerve itself ?) It might be some fluid in there though. It doesn't cause me any pain. Can you tell me if this is normal? If not, what should i do? I'm pretty concerned.
And, i haven't had sex so it cant be any STD.
This could occur due to venous dilation associated with sexual arousal and since there are no other symptoms and the swelling reduces by itself and does not occur at other times, this does not sound anything to be worried about.
Hope this is helpful.
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