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Penis Venous Leak
How big an injury to flaccid penis would create venous leak. I hit the area, had no bruising after and got full erection shortly after?
How big of an injury to flaccid penis would create venous leak. I hit the area, no bruising after and able to get erection shortly after?
How big of an injury to penis would create venous leak. I hit the area, there was no bruising or swelling and I got full erection within 40min?
Unlikely: To have any injury given that you have no large bruising. It takes a tremendous amount of force to "break" the penis. The penis is usually erect when this happens. If you are worried, see your doctor. ...Read more
How big an injury to penis would cause venous leak. I hit area but no bruising or swelling and have since had erections for 15 min or more sometimes?
You would know: You are referring to a penile fracture, which is a painful injury that is often accompanied by an audible cracking sound, followed immediately by dark bruising of the penis due to blood escaping the penile structure that gets engorged during erection. Untreated, penile fracture may result in deformity of the penis or the inability to have or maintain an erection. From your description, you are ok ...Read more
How big of an injury to flaccid penis would cause venous leak or scar tissue. I hit area but got full erection hour later and no bruising or swelling?
Okay. ..: The fact already told you that you have safe and well to your penis after a minor hit so there is no reason to be obsessed by that hit incident. How big a hit is needed to cause significant injury to the penis? There has been no known studies specifically to address the issue surrounding your question. Mechanically, the degree of tissue injury is largely related with the net speed impact of action ...Read more
How big of an injury to a flaccid penis could cause a venous leak? If you hit the area but no bruising occurred after does that mean no injury?
Here are some. ..: Did you ask the same Q, which was answered before? Nonetheless, I would repeat: What you described indicates you didn't get an injury leading to venous leakage, which is usually referred to a rare cause for ED by inborn valve defect of penile veins resulting in insufficiency to shut off the blood outflow so to maintain penile engorgement and rigidity for sexual intercourse or masturbation. So, no. ...Read more
How big an injury to flaccid penis would create a venous leak. Had no bruising, got a full erection within hour after.?
How big an injury to flaccid penis would create a venous leak. I hit the area, no bruising after. Able to get a full erection within the hour after.?
UR likely OK: Would be very unusual to create a venous leak after injury to flaccid penis ...Read more
How big an injury to flaccid penis would create a venous leak? I hit area, no bruising or swelling after, still can get good erections for many min.
No, very unlikely...: What you described implied the hit is low impact and shouldn't be strong enough to cause sufficient injury to flaccid penis leading to venous leak, which is at times mentioned as the cause for erectile dysfunction and is not related with prior injury but with venous defects in its valves and insufficient compression mechanism to occlude the blood leaking out the penis. So, don't worry about it. ...Read more
How much trauma to the flaccid penis would create a venous leak. I hit area, no bruising or swelling after. Got an erection within an hour afterward?
Yes: Venous leaks can occur should be evaluated by a pediatric urologist. ...Read more
How big an injury to flaccid penis can cause damage or venous leak. I hit area mainly right above penis, hurt for 20 min then got full erection after?
What other specialised tests can a urologist do to diagnose a venous leak?, any alternative than a dye injection in to the penis for a x ray?
How big of an injury would cause a venous leak to flaccid penis. I hit the area, there was no bruising and able to get erection shortly afterwards.?
You would notice it: You would notice an injury that has enough force to cause a venous leak. If everything is functioning normally as it seems to be from the question. You are safe. ...Read more
How much trauma would cause a venous leak if penis was flaccid when hit. I hit area, had no bruising and got erection shortly after.?
2 different? S:
A venous"leak" refers to blood leaking out of the penis when erect resulting in a poor erection. Trauma to the penis while erect or flaccid can result in an injury; but it is unlikely that one was sustained if there was no bruising/ecchymosis which would suggest a laceration in a blood vessel or the tunica/corporal wall.
There should be no longterm deficit from what you have described...... ...Read more
See Urologist: Or your dr for examination. The plumbing is not designed to "leak." suggests some form of infection or other undesirable problem. Get it checked. ...Read more
Penis Discharge: The discharge from your penis which you think is semen may well be something else. You should go to your physician so he can test the discharge to find out what is causing it, such as an infection. Once the reason for the penile discharge is found, treatment can be prescribed that will cause it to stop. ...Read more
Cowper's gland fluid: Cowper's gland duct enters the bulbar urethra at level of posterior sacrum. Small amount of secretion from duct entering urethra could give senation of leakage. ...Read more
I am unmarid my penis leaks semen when ever I see any sexy thing in no time please tell me some medicine to cure it?
Semen: You have urethral and prostate glands that can exude fluid during normal sexual excitation. There is no medicine for it. ...Read more
Urethritis: The urethra is the hollow tube in the center of penis that carries urine from the bladder to the tip / head of the penis. When this tube is inflamed, the penis can be painful and have a burning sensation with discharge of fluid. This may be caused by an infection. It would be good to visit a clinic or healthcare provider to help determine the cause of this and have it treated. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Post-void dribble: Most common cause in females is vaginal trapping of urine if thighs kept close together during urination. Urine is trapped by labia, more so if subject is overweight. Prblem can be aleviated by pulling clothes down to ankles ; spreading thighs as widely as possible when urinating. Can also hold toilet paper berween thighs when alighting from toiklet. Urethral diverticulum or cystocele can cause it. ...Read more
See a doctor: This is likely an infection. Please see your doctor for examination. ...Read more