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Thrombosed Vein Penis
My thrombosed penis vein hasn't gone away after 4 months. I'm sure it won't disappear. Will I have to live with this vein forever?
See answer: Persistence of a prominent, visible thrombosed penile vein (Mondor's disease) that is cosmetically bothersome can be surgically excised as an option. ...Read more
My thrombosed penis vein will stay forever. Need I be concerned? It causes no clear problems since 5 months.
Vein: Over time, this vein will reduce and fade. ...Read more
By itself: Dear Paul. Be patient & give it time ...Read more
I've had a thrombosed penis vein for almost 9 months, and no change in it. It causes no obvious problems. Doesn't seem as if it'll go away. Will it?
Could my thrombosed penis vein cause priapism? It hasn't done so yet in 6 months of it's presence.
Absolutely: Because of your age, it is best that you consult your parents and regular doctor for close care of your issue. But, if a Urologist and surgeon have evaluated you, you should follow their recommendations. ...Read more
My urologist said my thrombosed penis vein is ok since it causes no pain or erection problems. He didn't see it....I described it to him. Is he right?
Yes: A thrombosed penile vein or lymphatic vessel is almost always self-limiting, benign, and not usually recurrent. Most often related to excessive or prolonged friction related to masturbation or sexual activity. Usually, the thrombosed vessel softens and diminishes with time, but may persist on occasion. No treatment needed unless residual prominent vein is psychologically bothersome. ...Read more
Yes, ...: Hi! PaulH, Leave the thrombosed penile vein alone for spontaneous resolution; be patient. It would not be directly related with priapism. I hope you are slowly swaying away from being obsessed with penile matters. I do know it takes time, but you have to divert your available energy and ability to prepare yourself to live a productive, independent life. Let me know how you have been. ...Read more
My 6 month old thrombosed penis vein runs straight along the right side of my penis. It causes no pain or clear problems. Need I be concerned?
Here are some ...: Hi! PaulH, Welcome back and see you have thus far cope with the penile events successfully as described. The substance of care is still the same with time + patience to let you body to continue self-healing and remolding for optimal recovery. How and what may be the "end" point of recovery remains to be seen. Of note, without a direct palpation and look, an accurate Dx is hard to come by... ...Read more
My 6 month old thrombosed penis vein runs straight along the side of my penis. Hard, immovable. It gives no pain at all. Need I be concerned of it?
See a urologist.: If your condition has not resolved by now, you will find it useful to see a urologist who can provide definitive diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
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