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Penis Tingling Symptoms
I have a tingling sensation in my penis shaft. No pain or other symptoms. I have been celibate for 11 months and it started a week ago.
I had safe sex three weeks ago, starting to feel a slight tingling at tip of penis, no other symptoms. Should I be concerned for STI?
Not an STD symptom: STDs don't do this, and too much time has passed. And since the sexual exposure apparently was safe (by which you presumably mean there was no penetration, or a condom was used), the chance of any STD was low to zero. Symptoms like this often are psychological, especially if there is anxiety or regret about the sexual exposure. ...Read more
Been feeling a tingling feelis inside my penis for 3 weeks now. No discharge or other STD symptoms. What could this be?
I'm nervous I have herpes, or multiple STDs. Symptoms: pain in head of penis, leg tingling, small red bump on penis.
See your doctor: The only way to know for sure is to be examined and tested for STDs. You should do this as soon as possible and refrain from intercourse until you know for sure and any infections have been treated. Good luck. ...Read more
Here are some...: More information besides both symptoms is required for providing accurate Dx. To be certain, bring the info on the onset, degree, duration, evolution, & progress of both Sx & their related events to Doc for analysis + physical exam + timely tests as needed so to deduce possible Dx for reasonable Rx/care. Best wishes... ...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
My husbands penis starts tingling randomly and lasts for a few days. What causes this? It happens when we have too much sex or i rub him the wrong way
For 2 days I have had a tingling/buzzing sensation in my penis. It feels like a mild electrical current. It last for a few seconds then goes away agai?
Here are some ...: Feeling tingling at penile tip may result from local events such as urethritis or urethral stricture or far-sited events such as prostatitis, small stone in prostate urethra, or regional nerve disorders. But the combo of detailed history + physical exams + tests as needed will help sort the concerned things out effectively. So, seek pro-evaluation and counseling so to define what it's and how to.. ...Read more
Possible UTI: You may have a urinary tract inefection, especially if you have some burning when you urinate. If it continues, you should see a physician. ...Read more
No, but see someone: Not likely to be something life threatening but you should get a physical exam and some basic testing done by a urologist. ...Read more
My penis was tingling for a few hours after unprotected oral but then it went away what does that mean?
My penis is tingling and has been for a couple of weeks now and I am wondering how to get rid of it?
Tingle in penis: Do you have other symptoms such as burning or pain between the legs or low back? Please see your doc to rule out infection and/or identify what is happening. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Can herpes cause a constant tingling/itchy/annoying feeling on the penis? Daily weird sensation. Not sure if it's just mental. Not diagnosed.
My wife used KY Ultra Gel on my penis for the first time last week. An initial tingling turned into a ring of raw skin under my head. Still raw day3?
Keep it clean &dry:
This is a strange reaction....something unexpected.
Now you need to keep it clean so it will heal without getting infected.
Wash it with gentle soap and water 2-3 times per day and air dry it before putting your underwear on. If it hurts you may have to cover with a piece of gauge ...Read more
Cluster of small clear bumps on penis forskin and shaft gives off a tingling sensation when they arrive?
Sounds like Herpes: You should be seen by a primary care provider for evaluation. A skin biopsy may be necessary, blood work can help too. Typically herpes is treated with oral antiviral pills- acyclovir, valacyclovir, etc. There is no cure, but it is treatable and controllable. A drug eruption is also possible at that location. ...Read more