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26old. 2years ks history, exp shocked penis pain during urinate this morning. The pain still remain. Freq urinate and medium penis pain past 3weeks?
A condition in which a person cannot circulate enough blood (carrying oxygen and nutrients) to the vital organs in the body. If shock persists, various parts of the body will stop working, and the person will die. Causes of shock include injuries, excessive bleeding, heart failure, infections, chemical imbalances, ...Read more
I have a weird tingling sensation on my left ball (penis) like a shock, like if it was a vein causing this weird sensation/shock. Doesn't hurt though?
26old. 2years ks history. Shocked penis pain urinating this morning. Freq. Urinate and medium penis pain past 3weeks. What to do?
Recently dated Amy n she was shocked at my penis size n we tried many times used lube n foreplay never worked out. Am feeling depressed.?
Sexual mechanics are resolvable!:
Penis size, whether too large or small, is never a deal breaker, so don't despair! These can usually be resolved, not only through lubrication, but through technique, and exercises to stretch vaginal muscles. Be sure to emphasize aspects of sexuality besides intercourse while this issue is worked on with a good therapist.
Meanwhile, enjoy the relationship, and work on your mood with a good book on cognitive therapy, like Feeling Good, by David Burns, MD. ...Read more
Got electric shock to scrotum 8mo ago. Difficulty orgasming w/o mental stimulation and penis/testicles feel less sensitive than 1yr ago. Prognosis?
Electric shock pulsing pain up shaft and into head of penis. Std free, happens most of day and wakes him up in the night. What could it be and what rx?
Needs evaluation: Unfortunately, not enough information, to give a clear answer. Consideration has to be taken in regards to pain symptoms during urination, during or after sexual intercourse. Is the penis flaccid or erect during these symptoms. Circumcised vs Uncircumcised. I recommend evaluation by a physician. ...Read more
9 wks pp c-section & have been having these little electric shock feelings they feel like stings lower tummy. Also get stings on right side pelvis?
It is normal.: Stop worrying about your penis size. It is normal for you. It depends on several factors that includes height, race and genetics. Penile size may vary on different time of the day and is influenced by the temperature, blood flow and emotional state. Don't get preoccupied with this issue.. If you still concerned consult a urologist for penis enhancement surgery. ...Read more
Penis size matters?:
Without seeing or knowing more than I have to say yes. We are given the penis we are given and there is no way to change that. So, best is to learn how to use it and enjoy it. We have a great opportunity to enter into relations in which we can enrich our lives by giving pleasure and receiving pleasure with love and care.
Please take care. ...Read more
Limited options: Some surgeons report success with fat transfer to the penis for girth. Despite all the claims of different internet sources there is no way to substantially change the length or girth of your penis. A penile vacuum assist device may be used to maximize the size you do have. Weight loss, pubic fat liposuction and trimming of the pubic hair may enhance the appearance of your natural length. ...Read more
psych or ven. Leak: Performance anxiety would be the most likely cause in the early 40s. However venus leak may also be the cause. The erectile cylinders or corporal bodies relax to allow bloodflow in but may leak out in certain individuals not allowing the penis to remain erect. With any erectile performance concerns one should always assess cardiovascular risk which goes in line with small vessel disease, such as the coronary arteries in the heart. ...Read more
Stay really healthy: Many pills, creams, and magic potions are advertised to make erections firmer, erections last longer, or a penis bigger, but they do not work (except maybe to give a man extra confidence, which can help a little). One can see a primary care doctor or a urologist if one has trouble with erections (due to blood flow problems, low testosterone, psychological stress, etc...). ...Read more
Size Matters? Penis:
Many of us do wonder, don't we, if we are normal or not. But, the average non-erect penis is 1.5 to 4 inches in length.
And, then again, when erect all bets are out the window. One cannot predict from the non-erect penis what size it will be when erect.
If there are any concerns about abnormalities please seek the counsel of a trusted health care provider. ...Read more
When does growth end: This is difficult to answer without knowing more. But you may still have some growth in you. At your age you are on the cusp of having reached your adult status physically. There are a lot of different ways this question is asked and there are a lot of answers to read about this here on health tap. ...Read more
Nothing...: Physical growth including penis will naturally stop soon reaching adulthood. For men, it is around age 18. Beyond that, all men have to adopt and adapt to whatever life might have brought to them so to effectively unfold their best possible realistic happy life. More? Go to http://formefirst. Com/eMagicPowerUHL. Html and others in this Website. Best wish... ...Read more
Sorry a pipe dream.: You and millions of other men wish they had a larger penis. True penile enlargement after end of puberty puberty is a pipe dream. Surgery to divide suspensory ligament of penis only gives a pseudo-enlargement appearance. Wrapping silicone under skin around penis helps to lose sensitivity. No medications exists, to enlarge penis. There is much more to sex than penile insertion ie to kiss & fondle. ...Read more
if you are having difficulty getting or maintaining an erection it may be easily determined what the cause is and now a days we have a lot of options to help so that you do not have to live with this problem.
A good men's health expert is a place to start for the testing and treatments. Please do not be shy to ask for help. You are not too young to have this problem. ...Read more
Weak erections?: To assess if one's erections have weakened, he should visit a primary doctor, who can check for possible causes: stress, depression, diabetes, high blood pressure, low testosterone, artery disease, high cholesterol, smoking, older age, etc... Causes found can be treated to help make erections stronger, firmer, longer lasting. A urologist can evaluate. Meds like viagra, cialis, or Levitra (vardenafil) may help. ...Read more