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Pain In My Penis
Seek medical help: If you have pain in your penis, you need to seek medical help. There are benign reasons for this but most are not. If you do not know the cause for your pain, find out. See your pcp or a urologist and get check out. ...Read more
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Penis pain: R there any lumps, cuts, rash at the painful part? Have u caught penis in zipper? Any swelling or difficulty urinating or urinating blood? Suggest see fp or urologist for evaluation & treatment. ...Read more
Not enough info: The cause of the pain needs to be determined through evaluation - before a treatment can be recommended. ...Read more
Time will heal all.: Use some good lubrication in the future to decrease the friction! Remember, if you are doing something and it is hurting you, your body is sending you a signal to stop what you are doing! Pain serves an excellent protective function. Listen to your bodies signals. They are there for a reason. ...Read more
Pain: Any dysfunction? Have you had blood work? A urologist may help ...Read more
I am having pain in my penis and the nearby area also. Is it normal or do I need to consult the uronologist?
Not normal: Pain anywhere is not normal. You should see your primary doctor or urologist. ...Read more
Hello, I have one question about my problem It's been almost 1 years I had a pain into my penis. When I Used restroom so, what is the best medicine?
Here are some. ..: Sorry to hear having penile pain for almost 1 yr. But the specifics and relevance of the Q are unclear to offer an answer to the point. To help facilitate the evaluation and care to the point, please peruse the article in http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. Thereby, you'll know how to collaborate with your Doc for better result of medical care. Best wish... ...Read more
I've been getting a pinching pain in my penis for quite a while but I never payed much attention to it. Today I felt it again. I'm scared, should I be?
See a urologist: You should not be having pain in the penis under any circumstances. Cannot diagnose over the internet, but you should be seen and evaluated. Good luck and feel better. ...Read more
For the past several months I have been having pain in my penis when I am erect. Penis has About 20-30% curve to the right from the base. What's next?
Get assessment for: These sx's. These lesions would need to be examined, a history obtained & other tests may be necessary in order to diagnose them. Usually the lesions needs to be identified to determine the solution. ...Read more
Of the seminal vesicles and Prostate gland often produce TRANSIENT "referred" pain in the Penis.
This is (in the absence of other symptoms) NORMAL!
Hope this helps!
Dr Z ...Read more
Erectile dysfunction: Nerve compression in your lower back from trauma or degeneration can cause erectile dysfunction. There can also be associated difficulty urinating, bowel incontinance, or weakness, pain, or sensation changes in the legs. Any of these need to evaluated with an MRI. Discuss with your primary care doctor, or seek out immediate medical attention for weakness. ...Read more
Get checked: You may have an infection of the testicle (orchitis) or other parts in the area. You need to see a doctor & get checked. You may need antibiotics. Avoid intercourse until you are checked out. Always use condoms to prevent sexually transmitted diseases which can cause this. There are other causes of testicular pain though & many need urgent treatment (this week) to prevent damage. If fever, to ER! ...Read more
Positional: Try different positions. Not so much trial and error but try and see why. This maybe something you can figure out on your own. Once you do let us know. If you don't you and your partner need to be check out. ...Read more
Doctor I hurt when..:
I do this. The doctor then says 'stop doing that'. Pain is your body's way of talking to you. If it hurts to do "it'... Then stop 'doing it".
Without knowing what you really mean by your question this is the best I have for you. ...Read more
I have noctural emmision and after it there is a pain in my penis on erection. How to cure this pain?
Consult urologist: Nocturnal emissions are normal at your age if you don't ejaculate by day, either by masturbation or sexual intercourse. Pain with erections can be due to shortage of penile shaft skin following circumcision or peyronie's disease. Suggest you consult a urologist regarding pain with erections. ...Read more
Sometimes I feel pain in my penis after ejaculation. I am unmarried. Is tt any problem and what to do?
You should see your doctor or a urologist as pain in penis after ejaculation may be due to inflammatin/infection in prostate or urethra
it may be bacterial infection, chlamydia can also cause this or non bacterial prostatits. You need a postejaculation urine specimen tested and a urethral swab can be tested for chlamydia etc. ...Read more
I woke up this morning with pain in my penis and passed a small brown crystal in my urine. The pain stopped as soon as it passed.
Kidney stone: Sounds like you passed a small kidney stone ...Read more
Having a sharp pain above my penis. Had it first about 3 years ago and it happens rarely but this morning it has happened 5 or 6 times (most ever)?
Exam/testing: You may have a UTI or urethritis, requiring examination, testing and screening. Certainly this can be the result of sexual activity, STD, oral sex, excessive masturbation or urethral polys: I suggest a routine exam, urine analysis, urine culture and swab of the penis for possible infection/STD. ...Read more
I have pain in my penis down in some nerve, it start from yesterday after masturbating, please give me any advice, i'm17 years old, masturbating from 7 years?
Rest: This can happen. You just need to take a break for a few days. This should resolve as long as you do not keep irritating it while it heals. ...Read more