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Free floating mass in scrotum, feels connected to the vein, no pain, size varies on regular basis. Cancerous?

I found a mass free floating in my scrotum that feels like it is connected to a vein . It doesn t cause pain and almost feels like a third yet smaller testicle . The size varies on a daily basis but it usually is between a pea and kidney bean. I have noticed after intercouse the size becomes reduced to almost a small BB but by the next morning it generally returns to previous size. could this be cancerous?
Asked On : Mon, 17 Sep 2012
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Thanks for query,
You have palpated is epididymis.
As it is connected with vas deference you feel its attachment.
Some times due to its prominance you feel it separate from testis.
So nothing to worry it is a normal anatomy of spermatic duct system.
don/t worry for cancerous growth.
Answered: Tue, 18 Sep 2012
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