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Will witch hazel help "cure" penis discomfort?

Will witch hazel help "cure" penis discomfort?

I doubt it.: I don't know why witch hazel would be of help. It is best you consult a doctor who can make a proper examination and make an actualy diagnosis about what is causing the discomfort. ...Read more

Dr. Thomas Fiala
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Penis Discomfort (Definition)

Penis discomfort is a symptom in which a person has some sensation on or in his penis that bothers him. The discomfort can be there sometimes, all the time, just during urination, just ...Read more


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Penis discomfort and pus problem?

Penis discomfort and pus problem?

Maybe infection: From your short report this sounds like you could have an infection and maybe a sexually transmitted infection. For the protection of yourself, and for that of your sexual partner(s) you need to see a doctor and get a proper diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more

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Slight penis discomfort. Too tight jeans?

Slight penis discomfort. Too tight jeans?

POSSIBLY: Easy to tell. Loosen jeans and see what happens. If not, please see a doctor. ...Read more

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Visible vein on penis, had an incident when running, had some penis discomfort, pain has since gone, vein not painful to touch. Should I worry?

Visible vein on penis, had an incident when running, had some penis discomfort, pain has since gone, vein not painful to touch. Should I worry?

Watch and see...: Visible veins on penis is normal and widely variable among men; so do not worry about and leave them alone. As to penile discomfort during running, just watch, wait, and see if it may recur in association with pain or ache in other locations like groins or hips or lower back. How to watch safely? Follow instructions described in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. More? Contact me if wished. ...Read more

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Tip of penis discomfort. Some redness and itching. No sores. Has been ongoing 2 months. Herpes?

Tip of penis discomfort. Some redness and itching. No sores. Has been ongoing 2 months. Herpes?

Not likely herpes: hello : a herpes infection is unlikely to last 2 months. we would have to look at other causes of this problem. psoriasis, contact dermatitis from soaps, and lubricants used during sexual activity. a rash on the scalp. for example, or the knees and elbows would make this more likely psoriasis. the causes of a rash in this area of the body are usually complex and require patience. ...Read more

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Sore glans penis. Discomfort in shaft. Pain in rear end when ejaculating. Urinating frequently.

I'd get this checked: You're describing a lot of symptoms that are tough to put together in this forum. I'd strongly suggest you get your doctor to check you out tomorrow. This could certainly be a prostate infection which can be fixed with antibiotics. If you're at risk for std you really should be checked as well. ...Read more

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Any foods that increase blood flow to penis? any specific exercise that help to treat impotence? or any herbal supplement to cure ED?

Any foods that increase blood flow to penis? any specific exercise that help to treat impotence? or any herbal supplement to cure ED?

Seeing your Doctor:: to diagnose a cause for the problem would be the way to go. See a Urologist who specializes in this type of problems would be best for you. Good Luck. ...Read more

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Penis shaft discomfort? What are the possible treatments if I see the doctor?

Penis shaft discomfort?  What are the possible treatments if I see the doctor?

See urologist: Depends on the cause. Penile pain can be caused by infections, urethral scar, stones, peyronie's disease, trauma, so the treatment varies. ...Read more

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I'm a 23 y.o. male. I am 6'2". I haven't undergone puberty. My penis has not grown at all. I also have very minimal pubic hair. Is there a treatment?

I'm a 23 y.o. male. I am 6'2". I haven't undergone puberty. My penis has not grown at all. I also have very minimal pubic hair. Is there a treatment?

Need full eval: Any male who has not started to go through puberty by age 15 should have a full evaluation by a pediatric endocrinologist. Your local doc can call ahead to see if a pedi or adult endo would be best for your case. Hormonal and genetic studies are needed and your local doc might be able to get some started before your consultation.Treatment would depend on what is found. ...Read more

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Dr. James Hocker
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