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It's Not A Tumor
That was my first thought when I felt the lump - a tumor. After just a few minutes of research, my fears were eased when I discovered it's extremely rare for a tumor to grow in the penile shaft.
That's when I saw the information for Peyronie's disease and thought the symptoms fit, but in a mild way.
It's only been a few weeks since I noticed an "indentation" and what appeared to be a "break" in the penis shaft when erect; like it was broken at the indentation and could now move upward slightly.
I didn't think too much about it until a few days later when I felt a pea-sized lump in the middle of the shaft.
I don't really have any deformity or significant bending of the shaft other than the indentation/break. And the urologist, who looked at me today, said not to worry about it and that he didn't think anything needed to be done. "It might get worse for a bit, but will probably self-resolve" and wasn't too concerned.
Still, there are a few supplements that help to break up plaque and I'll be taking those to prevent a worsening and hopefully a resolution.
I, like Birgir, have a very supportive wife who loves me for me and not for anything else. That's always a comfort! We are blessed men.
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