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Is a bump on your scrotum a sign of an STD?


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2005-09-23 19:31:15
2005-09-23 19:31:15

Is the bump under the skin on a testicle? If so, tell a doctor soon - it could be testicular cancer. If not, bumps on the scrotum can be many things - pimples, ingrown hairs, syphillis, HPV (genital warts,) etc. Tell a doctor about it - they will know what to do.


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