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Sebaceous cyst under the penis after having sex. What could it be?

I have what looks to be a Sebaceous Cysts on the base of my penis . I noticed it three days ago after having sexual intercourse. But before she and I had intercourse nothing was there. Its like a small lump thats under the skin no blistering or pain unless there s pressure applied. I just want to see if there can be any clarification on what it may be
Asked On : Mon, 7 Jan 2013
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Hello
Thanks for your query.Based on the fact that you have stated it appears to be a sebaceous cyst.This area is rich in sebaceous glands compared to rest of the body hence prone for getting sebaceous cyst very often,Most of the time it subsides of its own but in case if gets infected or increases in size then you have to consult some surgeon and get it excised in Toto.It has no relation with sexual activity.
Answered: Tue, 8 Jan 2013
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