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Pain In Penis
Here are some ...: If you have viewed my answers to your prior questions & taken them mindfully & seriously, you should be able to figure out the answer to this question. What you've to do is see Urologist for more history, physicals, & possible tests after collecting the information on the onset, degree, duration, interval, progress, and possible related symptoms over time. What you mentioned now isn't enough for.. ...Read more
See Urologist: There is an common condition that can do what you describe, but more likely, on exzm he/she will identify real issue present and how to address discomfort. ...Read more
Here are some...: Without further detailed Hx + physical exam, it's hard to deduce what might cause the penile pain. To solve the mystery of your current concern has not to be hard by following instructions in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html; thereby you gain insight on how to work with doc so to reach right Dx for right Rx, care, and counseling now and in the future. ...Read more
Needs evaluation.: Any pain and swelling of the penis merits a careful examination. See your doctor, go to an emergency room or see a urologist as soon as possible. ...Read more
Absolutely: The inflammation in the pelvis due to endometriosis is often located deep in the pelvis just behind the uterus and cervix which means it is just above the top of the vagina. This area is indeed, during penetration apt to get bumped and can indeed cause what is called "deep dyspareunia" (pain with deep penetration). A very common cause of this pain is endometriosis. ...Read more
Could be STD: Std testing is in order, though if negative your primary care provider will look for non-std causes. A tingling pain could be related to herpes, but other stds including chlamydia & gonorrhea need to be ruled out. Once diagnosed & treated, resume sex using condoms and consider couples testing. For symptoms, see a local doc. For future screening, consider sexualhealth.Com or a local clinic. ...Read more
Here are some...: Is the pain in penis or testes or both? For a 20-yr old man, one has to worry about developing STD-related epididymitis or less often, testicular torsion. To get the care things done correctly, follow instructions described in http://www.formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html; thereby you gain much insight on how to work closely with doc so to reach right Dx for right Rx, care, & counseling. ...Read more
Overuse syndrome: You would have to define "maximum" masturbation but if you have pain in your penis after a vigorous and prolonged and frequent masturbation session, then it is most likely overuse and due to trauma to the skin, urethra, underlying structures, nerves and will essentially be compared to a bruised penis. I would recommend you pay attention to this and consider your options to decrease the activity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I may have a plaque in penis as my penis curves more than before&sometimes i feel a little pain when penis is flaccid. Will this plaque increase?
Listen to your body: Peyronie's disease is an uncommon disease that occurs generally in men between 40 to 60 years of age. The disease is associated with curvature with erection and difficulty with penetration. Re-evaluate what is going on. Pain when the penis is flaccid would not be from peyronie's disease but could be caused by irritation of the urethra from masturbation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I get pain in penis during masturbation, after about 2-3 masturbation-sessions in a day. Never had this problem in the past. So, why this pain now?
Here are some ...: The content of the question is not sufficient to pinpoint its answer. But, collect the onset, degree, feature, duration, frequency, and interval of "pain in penis after urinating" over time, and bring those to see urologist for analysis, physicals, possible tests such as urinalysis so to deduce reasonable diagnosis for proposing reasonable care. Best wish ... ...Read more
Urethritis +/- STD: Most commonly due to inflammation at the end of the urethra, can be due a urinary infection or from vaginal or anal secretions entering the urethral opening during sex. Unlikely but occasionally can be due to so called "referred pain" from the bladder floor (called trigone) from a bladder stone. Sensation from both areas "report" to almost identical areas of brain and hence referred pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer