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I have a small, firm bump on my penis, right where the shaft meets the head. It is on the underside and offset to the side a bit. It isn't particularly painful, but I can feel a dull pain or soreness when I press it, which goes away quickly. Sometimes it'll hurt when I first press it, but after trying to press it again I don't feel any pain. It is more noticeable when I have an erection. When I don't have one, I can sometimes find it, sometimes can't. I noticed a similar bump a few years ago in the same spot, but forgot about it (maybe it disappeared?) until now. Any ideas what it may be?

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Bumps of the type that you describe are common on the penis. Often they are related to build-up of skin (since the penis skin is loose and flexible); occasionally they are warts or pimples, but what you are describing doesn't sound like that. What is best is to find a superior penis health cream (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) that includes a soothing emollient like shea butter and to rub that into the are regularly; this will help to prevent it from becoming sore and the health benefits of the cream will also aid in maintaining overall general penis health.  Good luck!

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