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small lump inside my penis

hello,

I have a small pea sized lump located inside the shaft of my penis right below the head on the underside of the penis. The pea sized lump isnt visible but i can feel it flacid or erect. When i get an erection, my penis has a sore sensation. This problem has lasted almost 3 weeks. I dont know if this is related but i have also had bad pelvic aches and a constant urge to urinate. I have been tested for STDs(negative) and saw a urologist who did a urinanlysis and prostate exam telling me im healthy with no signs of UTI or prostate problems. The urologist said that it was a blood vessel and should go away. two weeks later it still persists and is making sex/ masterbation a tad unpleasant. any advice or clarification would be great!!


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563773 tn?1374246539
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Hello,
Such kind of small lump inside penis can be due to swollen blood vessel, Peyronie’s disease or Mondor’s disease. In pyeronie’s disease, a plaque, or hard lump, forms on the penis. The plaque may develop on the upper (more common) or lower side of the penis, in the layers that contain erectile tissue.

I suggest you to apply warm compresses on the lump and get it evaluated from a dermatologist.
I hope it helps. Take care and regards.

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Isn't Peyronie's disease more on the surface.  I also have a lump in the same spot.  I only feel it during an erection, it is uncomfortable but not painful.  This feels more like it is inside not in the skin or erectile tissue.   I am surprised that a dermatologist would be consulted on this.  
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