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Causes Of Penile Pain
Hi, I was wondering what could be the cause of some penile pain on the glans? It is almost a a stinging or burning sensation when touched. Thanks!
Is it possible for a nerve to cause fairly frequent penile pain as well as give the sensation of the need to urinate when you don't have to? Not std
Yes: There is a nerve in your pelvis called the pudental nerve. If this nerve gets 'pinched' as it passes through its anatomical canal in the pelvis, you may experience some of the symptoms that you are describing. Best treatment is to see a physical therapist that can show you exercises to help relax and 'un-pinch' this nerve. ...Read more
What can cause penile pain and small bumps on the shaft. Std testing has come back negative and 4 doctors have said bumps are not STD related?
Biopsy: A biopsy of the bumps is indicated in light of the pain. The pain needs to be evaluated by a urologist to determine if there is underlying problem with prostate or uretha. If pain is burning senasation could be referred pain or urethritis with negative test. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does being rough with penis head damage the nerves in the penis ? as suddenly my penis went down and cause pain in penile region 3 months ago
Needs eval.: You should see your primary physician for this, or a urologist. A good physical exam and questions should be done. ...Read more
Penile pain in the tip, 2yrs. Drs said it could be a nerve. If touching it on the opening causes pain could that still be a nerve? 4 uros now & nada
Sensitive meatus : Perception of pain is due to "nerves" just like all other peripheral pains. But this answer is not a diagnosis. This is going on for 2 years & you've see 4 urologists and "nada"..Unusual! consider consultation with neurology, dermatology & internal med. Nerve blocks for diagnostic purposes may provide some info. But if "nada" after 4 uros, uropsychological etiology is in the realm of possibilities. ...Read more
Here are some...: Those in foreskin are usually related with infection (usually fungus; rarely bacterial.) from poor topical hygiene; occasionally, psoriasis or lichen atrophicus may occur. Those for penile skin may be overactive sebaceous gland, mole, atopic dermatitis, etc. More? Seek pro-evaluation and counseling. ...Read more
Probably: Just a blocked oil duct if your doc who saw it said it was normal ...Read more
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