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Self Help Guide Male Urinary And Penile Problems In Adults
I cannot clean the tip of my penis with soap without getting an excruciating biting pain in my urinary tract. Is this a common problem?
No: See a doctor. You probably have phimosis that requires attention. ...Read more
Something is attached to my penis near the urinary opening...it doesn't allow my foreskin to retract back completely. I am 17 going to turn 18 soon?
Frenulum: There's a normal band of tissue that attaches the foreskin to the underside of the glans, called the frenulum. There's one under your tongue too, and on both lips. It's normal. Relax. Unless you have frenulum breve as seen in the picture, you're perfectly OK. ...Read more
My grany wit BPH grade 2n urinary incontin wit chronic foleys cath. Fa past 2 tyms urine s leakn 4m penis rather via tube whch happens 3days aftr cathn?
Well I think you: Are saying your gradad has BPH and uses foleys to empty his bladder but he is still peeing thru his penis. Well using foleys does not mean you cannot pee thru your penis. But if there is leakage and incontinence this means that you might have to leave the Foley in for longer. I would consult the urologist taking care of your grandad. ...Read more
Hello I pinched my penis while having to Pee... And blood start comin out. Did I injure my urinary tract?
Unlikely: Most likely you injured the fore skin go to ER and show to a physician, some times may need a stitch to stop bleeding ...Read more
Any sex might: The physical location of the urethra (opening to bladder) is just above the vaginal opening. Any sexual activity can drive germs into the urethra and allow their entry into the bladder, resulting in a urinary tract infection.Solo or partner related sex can do this in susceptable women. Those with the susceptability can reduce the frequency of infections by urinating after sex. ...Read more
I had urinary pain and penis-head itchness starting the Jul10th and small infrequent discharge Aug5th. When was the likely incident?
I am 18 years old and am having urinary issues. I am having a tube shoved down my penis and do not want to get anesthesia. Is it really painful?!
Is there any correlation between pilonidal cyst and urinary hesitancy and penis pain during masturbation?
Probably not...: In my 45-yr study and practice in medicine, I have never come across with any discussion or articles describing the correlation between pilonidal cyst and urinary frequency ; penile pain during masturbation although pilonidal cyst happens to be close to genital organ. So, I would say: "no.". ...Read more
A Dog Licked My penis (circumcised). The Dog Is Not vaccinated For rabies. Can I Get Rabies If The Saliva Get Inside Penis Through Urinary Track?
Doctor I developed a urinary tract infection in penis head after masturbating do you think its internal infection and facing erec. Prob due to this?
Like most doctors a little bit of information stimulates more questions than answers.
I would want to know when your UTI was; what medication was used: if you have a history of herpes exposure; what sexual activity you have had recently; and, what happens with good hydration and cranberry juice.
This very well may be a temporary post treatment irritation and should clear up soon. ...Read more
Slight burning sensation in the tip of my penis and urinary urge after a morning erection sometimes and ive never had sex. What could cause this?
Urinary urge: Do you have any medical problems like diabetes for instance? You say you've never had sex. Do you mean just intercourse? You could have irritated the tip of your penis while masturbating. If so, it should heal just fine. When you urinate is it a small amount or a large amount? It is possible that you might have a urinary tract infection, but less common in men. If persists, see a doctor. ...Read more
3MM stone passed into urinary canal weeks ago and every day suffer pains in penis and ansatiable need to pee. How long should this process take?
It can take weeks!: About 80% of stones smaller than 4 mm will pass on About 80% of stones <4mm pass on their own...the bad news is that it takes time...an AVERAGE of 31 days! You need to be working with your urologist on potential interventions: removing the stone with a scope (ureteroscopy) or placing a stent in the ureter to hold it open more widely enabling passage. Sorry you're dealing with this...hang in! ...Read more
I have a very dull pain in my penis, not when I urinate but for the most part has been steady for a month now. It is very light near urinary tract.
See your urologist: There several possibilities, but you urologist can help you sort it out. It is probably not serious, but should be checked. ...Read more
I noticed bumps like Fordyce spots close to my penis head and urinary spot and I was wondering what it is. No itch. First noticed 3 days after sex.
Need more info...: Fordyce spots are ectopic sebaceous gland; for men, common on glans penis, foreskin, penile shaft skin, scrotum, lips, or oral mucosa; for women, vulva (labia), lips, oral mucosa, etc. To verify these, see the doctors preferably a urologist, dermatologist, gynecologist, etc. There are harmless but mentally annoying for few. Besides, perusing article in http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. ...Read more
Every couple of months, my 8 yr old will complain of the tip of his penis stinging. It only lasts a few minutes and tests for urinary infections are neg.?
I notice like 4 bumps like Fordyce spot close to mu penis head urinary spot, what can itbe? No itchy, little and raised skin, no color changes
PPP: Pearly penile papules, sometimes called tyson's glands. Can come and go, be more prominent at times than others. They are benign, normal and no need for concern. Most prominent in uncircumcised penises. You can always take and send a picture for our review ; confirmation. It would not be sexting ; would be for medical review and you remain anonymous. ...Read more
I have concretion (sand like particles) not kidney stone, can it cause pain in the back, side, hip, urinary blader and penis area? How long it heals up
Yes: "stones" in the kidney are not usually the large "staghorn" type people think of. You usually have to use a strainer or tea bag to filter your urine in order to capture the "stones." therefore, you certainly may have kidney stones. Until they pass, the pain may be there. There are other things which may cause pain in addition to stones, so make sure that is what you have. ...Read more