I have a painful lump or cyst just above the base of my penis on the left. It was very tender and painful to touch.
I believe this has been around for a week now - the pain woke me up to days back at night.
I pierced the head and queezed out 3-4 drops of thick-blood. That is when I noticed the lump below - its of the size of a small grape/ large peanut. It is still painful even after relieving the pressure.
Please advice on what it could be and its cause if it is common. I have my doc appointment scheduled in 2 weeks.
Only a qualified Doctor can make any type of suggestion on what this might be. I am so glad that you're able to see your Doctor so quickly. This si something that sounds as if I needs addressing right away.
My thoughts are with you. Please let us know what it is. I will be curious.
After puncturing the cyst, the pain stopped after a day or so and it. It was gone by the time I had the doc visit so he really couldnt say what it could have been. He thought it could be just soreness inside as a result of my running activities.
We are going to monitor and watch out if it recurs.
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