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Penis Pain Std
This is a disease which can be transmitted from one person to another person through sexually related activities. This does not limit these activities to heterosexual intercourse, but encompasses all modalities of human-to-human sexual activity. It does not include illnesses that may make an individual more susceptible to a condition because of a sexual ...Read more
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Why does my BF has tingling and pinching sensation on his tip of penis & pain in testicles?? No STD. No blood. Burning sensation after urinating. Help
Impossible to tell: 'sharp pain' is a far too generic term for the internet/this forum. A doctor needs to know size, duration, distribution, origin and site of pain, consistency, color, borders, physical characteristics, point of origin and your history. A photo is ok, but physical examination is best. Please see your doctor for any lesion/abnormality for best info. Good luck. ...Read more
The effective way: To determine if there is a sexually transmitted disease is by getting tested. ...Read more
Can I have an STD with little to no symptoms? I feel penis pain but nothing else. Its been over 3 months since encounter but no burn when I pee
Can dehydration cause ramdom pain/itch shaft of penis? No UTI/STD. Pain off and on for year. Ultrasound clean. Pain sometimes radiates to left foot?
Not an STD: Dehydration would not do this. STDs must be on your mind, by your topic tags. But it doesn't sound like any STD. Intermittent symptoms ("random", "off and on") often are psychological. Most penile skin problems are standard dermatology problems that can occur anywhere but happen to involve the penis. But best to see a doctor at a time you're having symptoms; better safe than sorry. Good luck! ...Read more
Sore tip of penis. Penis pain. Back pain. Testicular pain. Urinating frequently. Red rash on penis. Not STD or balanitis. Had 2 UTI in 6 months.
Uti: It could be another UTI and possible epdidimitis. An exam would be helpful. ...Read more
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
Pearly papules?: One man in 100 is the lucky owner of "pearly penile papules", a row of bumps along the corona on the back of the gland / head. Check internet photos and see if this is you. If your life-partner doesn't like them, you can have them lasered off. Or you may decide they're cool. They are not a sexually transmitted disease or a cancer risk. ...Read more
STDs: Bleeding through the penis can be emanating from a variety of sources and needs to be seen and evaluated by a doctor. My advice would be to start with a urologist. Would need far more info to try and answer your question. My suggestion is that if you feel you were exposed to an std go and see a doctor, be examined and tested thoroughly. Good luck. ...Read more