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Forum Name: Male Sexual Disorders
Question: Pain in penis for months!
|aandb - Sun Nov 11, 2007 2:22 pm||
Before I begin, I should just say that it's not possible for it to be related to any sort of STD as I'm a virgin, and the only sexual activity taken place was between me and my long term girlfriend (who also has no sexual history). (ie. We've engaged in handjobs, mutual masturbation, etc.)
I am a 21 year old male. A few months ago, my girlfriend and I been feeling a little more silly than normal, and ended up getting off 3 times consecutively. (masturbation) The third time I felt a pain and since have had the following problem :
I randomly feel a sharp pain from the head to the base of my penis, and also often have a constant dull pain in the head as well. This normally occurs more often after ejaculating.
We figured at first that we'd overdone it, and so I abstained from getting off for about two weeks, but it didn't help. It's since been months, as I said above, and it hasn't gone away.
Any ideas what this could be, or how to fix the problem? Thank you in advance!
|Debbie Miller, RN - Thu Nov 15, 2007 6:13 pm||
Any time you have chronic pain that lasts for months, it is wise to have it evaluated by a doctor. You could consult with a urologist on this. Meanwhile, resting couldn't hurt. I wish I could give you more information but I believe you will have to have this checked out physically.
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