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Cancer

Question
Posted by: Anonymous | 2020/03/20

Q.

Should I be worried that I might have cancer/ a tumor?

I am 27 years old and recently discovered a lump on my base of my penile shaft. In two weeks it got bigger. Two weeks ago I had blood in my urine and I have a strange white discharge at times. I need to urinate more frequently and I also have pain in my genitals at times. I now struggle to hold back the urine when I have to go on a sudden onset. My penis is also swollen when erect and painful. Please advise what I should do

Expert's Reply

A.

Cancer expert
- 2020/03/25

Dear Anonymous

Any change in one’s body requires attention. You do not mention whether the lump at the base of your penile shaft is in the groin area – if so, it could be a swollen lymph gland indicating the presence of an infection. The various signs and symptoms you describe is typical of an infection which will require you to make an appointment with your physician so that this health problem can be diagnosed and treated. You can make use of a something to make your urine more alkaline which will assist with the discomfort experienced when passing urine. You should not delay in getting medical attention. (MCH).

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