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A Cyst kind of structure behind the right testicle

Dear All,
I have recently noticed a cyst like structure which is mobile behind my right testicle inside the scrotal sac and I could feel that its between the right testicle and the tubes that arise from the right testes. No pain.

Question 1: Will this be a cancer or spermatocele, varicocele or any other cyst?

Question 2: When I masturbate and while i do so I usually grasp a bit tighter behind the glans penis and I find it more pleasure due to the glans expansion. But 2 to 3 days I am experiencing pain on my lower abdomen, on the right hip, lower back and upto the muscles near the lower right rib on the back side.

Does anyone experienced the cyst and What it could be?
Does the pain on my lower abdomen hip and lower back due to any urinary tract issue due to the grasping I do near the glans?

Thanks in advance for your responses. Kindly share your opinions and suggestions.
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Well, always best to get something like this checked out by a doctor.  I will tell you that testicular cancer usually presents as swelling in the testicles and lumps in the testicles.  This is not in that location but behind, correct?  Here is some info on testicular cancer since we are talking about (not because it sounds like you have it).   https://www.plannedparenthood.org/learn/cancer/testicular-cancer/how-do-i-know-if-i-have-testicular-cancer  This next link is a comprehensive review of scrotal masses.  https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/scrotal-masses/symptoms-causes/syc-20352604  It says really clearly that all should be looked at by a doctor even if someone doesn't have pain and you sound like you have discomfort.  I do want to make sure you aren't talking about a lymph node which can get larger in that area but often feels like a hard pea under the skin.  Let a doctor check you out.  Let us know what happens.
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