When a man discovers male organ bumps on his middle region, he wants to know the cause. Sometimes it can be lymphoceles, a relatively harmless condition that should cause little worry.
When Male Organ Bumps Are Caused by
A big part of proper male organ care involves doing a self-check on the
manhood for tell-tale signs that steps may need to be taken to address a
cosmetic or health issue. One of the signs that can cause consternation and
concern during these checks is the presence of male organ bumps –
especially when those bumps were not there before. Member bumps can be
due to many causes, one of which is lymphoceles.
What are lymphoceles?
For any guys with male organ bumps who are now in a panic that they might
have lymphoceles, let’s get the important fact out of the way: Lymphoceles
are basically harmless and do not need to cause a man undue worry and
Many people are familiar with lymph nodes and the lymphatic system, and
lymphoceles are part of that same family. The lymphatic system is a big,
complex system of vessels and channels within the body that plays a
prominent role in both circulation and immunity. When the blood flows
around the body, it filters out components, such as plasma. Filtered plasma
not readily used by the body travels through the lymphatic system back to
the blood vessels. For the immune system, the lymphatic system uses white
blood cells to destroy potentially harmful substances in the body.
So what are lymphoceles? It’s an aberration that occurs when there’s a
blockage in one of the lymph channels. When the lymph fluid is barreling
along and suddenly encounters a blockage, it comes to a screeching halt. If
the blockage remains, then more lymph fluid builds up behind it,
overflowing the lymph channel and spreading into the surrounding tissue. If
tissue absorbs enough of the lymph fluid, it will swell and create a bump-
like structure or structures – and in the manhood, this will resemble male
Why the blockage?
When lymphoceles appear as memb